Death’s Door, a quirky action adventure game released by Devolver last November, was listed as one of the best indie games of 2021 by many critics. Perhaps you’ve been curious about getting it, but you’re the type who prefers physical copies of things and you’re waiting for the Limited Run version. In that event….there’s something you should probably know.
There are a lot of low-print-run physical release companies now and Limited Run doesn’t get EVERY hit indie game anymore. In this case, Death’s Door went to Special Reserve Games, in an arrangement likely made before the game was even released. Preorders close very soon — like, within hours. This is the final day!
Death’s Door thrusts players into a quirky and curious world where Crows are in charge of collecting the souls of the dead. Reaping souls and punching a clock might get monotonous, but it’s honest work for a Crow. The job gets lively when your assigned soul is stolen and you must track down a desperate thief to a realm untouched by death – where creatures grow far past their expiry and overflow with greed and power. Venturing forth from the Hall of Doors, explore a land full of twisted inhabitants and countless secrets, bringing hope to the weird and wonderful characters you’ll meet along the way. Wield and upgrade melee weapons, arrows and magic as you track down and defeat colossal tyrants with stories and motivations of their own.
Physical versions of Death’s Door are available for both Switch and Playstation 5, in two versions: just the game, and the game plus a special art card and reserve box. Preorders close tomorrow — don’t dawdle because this one will be hard to find!
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