Publisher Devolver Digital and developer Daniel Mullins Games have announced that their deckbuilding horror title, Inscryption, has sold over 250,000 copies on PC via Steam since its October 19, 2021 launch.
This is undoubtedly an impressive achievement, especially considering the niche genre coupled with only 1 platform of availability. Further, Steam user reviews are overwhelmingly positive, with over 95% of users recommending the title.
Having only played the demo myself, I can certainly see why its reception has been so strong. Horror isn’t usually my forte, but Inscryption didn’t necessarily feel scary, but just unnerving. However, its premise, eerie dialogue, and disturbing implications definitely left an impression. If you desire an unconventional card-based horror experience, then this game is a definite must-buy.
We have an overwhelmingly positive review of the title ourselves, which you can check out here.
Publisher Devolver Digital also shared the accolades trailer for the game,
You can view the accolades trailer for Inscryption below (Hey, we’re in there too! That’s cool):
Throughout this title, players engage in seemingly simple card games with a nameless entity who performs frightening acts on losers. However, the cabin these games are taking place in holds numerous secrets, and it’s up to the players to discover them.
Inscryption is currently available on PC via Steam.
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