‘Redemption Reapers,’ a Tactical RPG, Becomes Available for PS5 Consoles

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There are still some folks out there who claim that it means to add insult to injury if you add a tactical phase to RPG’s. Whether it’s true or not, that’s certainly not the case for ‘Redemption Reapers,’ a game that was released a few months ago for PC’s and some consoles.

Some gamers have been barking up the wrong tree for the fact that the devs didn’t make ‘Redemption Reapers’ available for PlayStation 5 consoles as well. But luckily, the situation is finally changing, as the devs from Adglobe have now enhanced the platform compatibility.

Redemption Reapers 1.4.0 update brings the game to PS5

Both Adglobe, the developer, and Binary Haze Interactive, the publisher, have released the following statement, as TGG quotes:

“Redemption Reapers”, the dark fantasy tactical RPG developed by Adglobe and published by Binary Haze Interactive (ENDER LILIES: Quietus of the Knights), emerges from the shadows onto PlayStation 5 alongside the latest 1.4.0 update.

It couldn’t be anymore clearer than that! If you want to learn more about the game, feel free to watch the final trailer:

The official description sounds like this, courtesy of the official Steam page:

Descending suddenly on the world, the macabre Mort armies destroy nation after nation, leaving humanity decimated in their wake. Among the forces resisting the Mort is a small band of mercenaries known as the Ashen Hawk Brigade.

If you’re willing to play Redemption Reapers on PC, it’s important to keep in mind the minimum system requirements. You’ll need 8GB of RAM, a CPU like a Core i5 4Core, a graphics card such as the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060, as well as 8GB of available space. We all have to admit that anybody should afford that kind of configuration nowadays.

‘Redemption Reapers’ is surely far from being as cheap as chips. The game costs 50 euros on Steam.

Cristian Antonescu
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