Cruise the Neon Skies of Cloudpunk on Consoles Today
Merge Games and ION LANDS invite console players to cruise the neon-drenched skies of Nivalis as Cloudpunk is now available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. Already sporting a ‘very positive’ rating with over 4,000 reviews on Steam, ION LANDS’ noir adventure Cloudpunk has become one of the must-play titles of 2020. Eager console players can now join in on the fun as the game debuts on all their favourite digital stores including the PlayStation Store, Xbox Marketplace, and the Nintendo eShop for the price of $24.99 USD.
Cloudpunk offers the freedom of open-world games, but with a hyper-focus that results in fulfilling interactions with the many denizens of the cyberpunk city of Nivalis. As delivery driver Rania, players will tackle her first night on the job and interact with a diverse cast of characters either by driving or walking around on foot. There are mysteries to unravel in this narrative-driven sci-fi world and players’ choices can make a lasting impact on Nivalis’ inhabitants.
A stunning voxel graphics art style brings the open-world city of Nivalis to life as Cloudpunk delivers a vibrant, futuristic open world to live in and explore. From the underground nightclubs to the gardens in the sky, the title combines exploration with narrative to provide a compelling take on the cyberpunk genre.
Get ready to find out that no delivery job is too dangerous, and nobody is faster than a Cloudpunk driver!
- Explore an immense vertical cyberpunk city with your hovercar and on foot
- Unravel mysteries in a world of corporate conspiracy, hackers and rogue AI through the eyes of Rania
- Meet a diverse range of characters and immerse yourself in their everyday lives
- Your decisions will have a lasting impact on the inhabitants of Nivalis
- Discover hidden places and items unlocking additional stories
Retail versions of Cloudpunk will also be available on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and PC! Physical editions will arrive on Nov. 6 in the EU region, and on Nov. 10 in North America.