Succubus Not Coming To Consoles Due To Adult Rating, New Gameplay Trailer Set For March 17th

Many people refer to Madmind Studios as “hacks” and a team that doesn’t follow up on its promises. However, the team isn’t backing down and will continue to work on its latest project: Succubus. As of now, the game will release for PC and not for consoles due to its “Adult” rating, but we’ll learn more about the FPS action-adventure title through a new gameplay trailer on March 17th, 2020.

We already know the mess that surrounded Agony back in 2018, and it did not go over well with gamers and fans alike. Although Madmind Studios promises that it won’t pull another Agony on gamers, it’s best to wait and see how things pan out instead of getting your hopes up.

Speaking of waiting and seeing how things play out, on March 17th, a new gameplay trailer will drop showing “juicy” content for Succubus goers. This was noted on and Twitter:

In other words, the gameplay trailer planned for today was pushed due to the official Doom: Eternal launch trailer, as covered here on this site, and will now come out next week on St. Patrick’s Day.

Aside from that news, it looks like console goers (PS4 and Xbox One) will not get Succubus at launch — unless something else transpires. According to the following tweets, the game is going to be a PC exclusive:

In other words, if you want to become a demonic priestess of lust and use unique skills to take revenge on your enemies, sex dying entities, and regain your kingdom, then expect to do all of that on PC via Steam.

Finally, you can find more info on Succubus by hitting up