Miasma Chronicles Is Coming to Console and PC on May 2023

Miasma Chronicles, the post-apocalyptic strategy from 505 Games, is coming to POC, Xbox, PlayStation, and PC on 23 May 2023.

Miasma Chronicles finally has a release date, and this upcoming strategic adventure from the team behind Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is prepared to fight for the future. Initially put in front of us at Gamescom 2022, and the rest of the internet during the 505 Games Showcase, this promising new take on the post-apocalyptic wastelands of an ill-fated future will also get a physical version of the title, coming to retail shelves in summer 2023.

Anybody who hasn’t caught the real trailer for this new twist on middle America can look forward to taking on the role of Elvis. After being abandoned by his mother, this young man survives the wastelands of a new world with the assistance of his robotic brother Diggs. Together these two must unravel the mystery of the Miasma, an entity that seems to swarm what’s left of civilization and simply swallows any hope that is left. Anything it touches seems to turn into a corrupt and deadly version of themselves, making this a far from simple adventure. Between the last remaining outposts of humanity, abandoned buildings and crumbling highways of the old world, this duo use a range of tactics in areal time world to overcome the dangers they face, along with a mysterious glove that can control the Miasma.

While any great tactical title stands on its combat, Miasma Chronicles also contains a deep narrative thread to it, borrowing plenty of ideas from genre media and melding it into an innovative experience all its own. The graphics look stunning, we’ve seen plenty of them already, and if you didn’t think Full Metal Alchemist earlier, then you definitely need to check out the trailers for this one.

Miasma Chronicles launches digitally on May 23rd, 2023 for Windows PC (Steam and EPIC), PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S for £39.99. A retail version of the game will also be available from 9th June, 2023 in Europe and from 20th June, 2023 in North America. Find out more over on the Steam Store page now.

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