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    PERISH Is Now Officially On Consoles

    Controller-dwellers need fear no shame, neither of keyboard nor mouse, as they join the frayed journey towards the judgment of King Minos. PERISH, the stylish 1-4 player FPS adventure set in the haunting realm of Purgatory, is available today on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

    The game invites players to embark on an epic journey through ancient mythologies, battling hordes of creatures and colossal deities to unlock the secrets of Elysium.

    In PERISH, players assume the role of Amyetri, corporeal spirits trapped in Purgatory. Tasked with initiating the Rites of Orpheus, players must slay Chthonic deities and navigate treacherous landscapes to reach Elysium.

    With its gripping online co-op campaign, magnificent boss fights, and a diverse array of handcrafted weapons, PERISH offers a fresh and exhilarating gaming experience for players seeking thrills and challenges.


    • Gripping online co-op campaign: Team up with friends to battle through diverse environments inspired by ancient mythologies.
    • Magnificent boss fights: Take on rare and unexplored colossal deities in intense battles of skill and strategy.
    • Handcrafted weapons: Choose from a wide array of weapons, each with unique offensive capabilities and upgrade options.
    • Intense combat: Engage in brutal, blood-soaked combat against enemies with distinctive battle behaviors.

    Free Update for the Steam Version:

    In addition to the console release, Item42 is pleased to announce a free update for the Steam version of PERISH. Apart from fixes and improvements, this update will introduce a new exclusive skin for Steam players, who can now escape Purgatory as King Minos himself.

    PERISH is now available for purchase on ​ PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox X|S for $19.99/€19.99, offering players a chance to embark on an unforgettable journey through Purgatory. On PC PERISH is available via Steam, Epic Games Store, and GOG at the same price

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