Say your prayers — the physical edition of Blasphemous will take you to the pits of damnation all over again.

Blasphemous Physical Deluxe Edition Possesses PS4, Xbox One, and Switch

Say your prayers — the physical edition of Blasphemous will take you to the pits of damnation all over again.

Blasphemous, the gory indie Souls-like from Team 17 and The Game Kitchen, is getting a physical release on PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on June 29. Unsurprisingly, there will be no physical edition for PC (do they even release PC games physically anymore?). 

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Dubbed the Blasphemous Deluxe Edition, the corporeal version of the game is being brought to life by Sold Out Games, who have also worked on Disjunction, Gestalt: Steam & Cinder, Wargroove, Zombie Army 4: Dead War, and many other notable titles.

This version will include a bloody handful of extra goodies, both digital and tangible, for fans who decide to pick it up, including: 

  • A Blasphemous game disc
  • 32-track Digital Soundtrack
  • 195-page Digital Artbook
  • Digital Comic
  • ‘Alloy of Sin’ and ‘Golden Burden’ In-Game Character Skins
  • Sticker Sheet
  • 180 x 290mm Poster of Cvstodia

Blasphemous is a brutally difficult game, taking much of its inspiration from the Souls series, perhaps even more so than similar titles such as Dark Devotion and Salt & Sanctuary. It’s not for the faint of heart and is chock full of unforgiving enemies and dastardly traps. It goes unsaid that, well, you’ll die quite a bit. 

In our review, we said that Blasphemous excels in almost all the right ways, praising it for its “brutal and disgusting combat, delightfully sacrilegious and compellingly weird universe, and old-school” nature.

Since its 2019 release, the game’s developers have steadily provided support for it, adding Mac and Linux support on PC alongside a number of other updates and DLC. Limited Run Games previously released physical copies of the game, though those are currently sold out. 


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