About two years ago Spanish-based developer The Game Kitchen released Blasphemous, a fast-paced action platformer where you played as The Penitent One, an armored soldier with a spiky sword and an even spikier helmet. Cvstodia, the realm where this guy lives, fell under a dark curse referred to as only The Miracle, and the only way to lift it was for The Penitent One to put the smack down on every invading demon in the vicinity.
But his problems aren’t over yet! It seems The Penitent One’s services will be needed once more, as The Game Kitchen has just announced a Blaphemous sequel, due out in…..ooh, 2023. I guess he has a while to relax and prepare.
If you need something Blasphemous-related to enjoy NOW, a fresh new content update was just added to the original game called Wounds of Eventide. Play it and you’ll unlock the game’s true ending, which sets up the sequel.
“We’re so excited to finally announce that we’ve started work on a Blasphemous sequel,” says Game Kitchen in a released statement. “The community have shown so much love for the first game and we can’t wait to share more when we can! New beginnings also mean new endings, and Wounds of Eventide is exactly that, it’s the final installment for the original Blasphemous and we hope people love playing the new content as much as we loved creating it.”
The first Blasphemous is available for Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and PC.
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