Human: Fall Flat, the smash hit indie PC game from Tomas Sakalauskas and publisher Curve Digital is set to make its way onto the Xbox and PlayStation consoles this May. The PS4 and PS4 Pro version of Human: Fall Flat will launch on May 9th, with 4K resolution support for the PS4 Pro version. Starting May 12th gamers will be able to get their hands on the Xbox One version of the game.
Both console versions will be available for only $14.99. The title will also include Manual Samuel for free. They’re also throwing in a free dynamic theme for PS4 owners who pick up a copy of the game on May 9th.
In the press release, Jason Perkins, the managing director at publisher Curve Digital mentioned….
“At Curve Digital we like to provide people with an amazing value for their pre-order purchases and the Human: Fall Flat console pre-order continues this company philosophy,”
“Human: Fall Flat and Manual Samuel have both earn massive praise from the community and by pre-ordering Human: Fall Flat on console people get two amazing games for the price of one. In addition PS4 users will also receive a dynamic theme developed by Truant Pixel.”
Can’t argue with free stuff.
The game on home consoles will actually contain everything that was featured in the original Steam release, but then it will also feature exclusively new content as well. So there’s a slight benefit to picking up a copy of the indie title on home consoles.
The physics-based game became wildly popular for its crazy, emergent-driven puzzles where players are put in the driver seat when it comes to creating the agency to progress. There’s multiple ways to solve the puzzles and nothing is really off limits. You can get an idea of what the gameplay is like in Human: Fall Flat with the console trailer below.
While Human: Fall Flat isn’t really my kind of game, I did find it inconceivably entertaining. When people get serious in the Let’s Play videos and actually attempt to puzzle solve, they still have to fight with the game’s physics, which makes for highly fun entertainment.
Anyway, if you’re interested in a physics-based puzzle-solving game that’s unlike a lot of other games out there, you can look to get your hands on Human: Fall Flat starting in the middle of May for Xbox One and PS4.
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