It looks like Supergiant Games' hit game Hades is coming to PlayStation 4, as Reset Era discovered that the Korean Committee for the Classification and Administration of Games has rated last year's game as suited for people of age of 15 and more - on Sony's console. You can see the proof below.
If this turns out to be true, the title should appear on PlayStation Store in the next few weeks or months. Its publisher - according to the screenshots above - is to be Take-Two Interactive, the same company that publishes, among other things, subsequent installments of the Grand Theft Auto series. And although this is still just a leak, which requires confirmation from an official source, it seems that the news can be considered quite likely.
This information will certainly please those PlayStation fans who have not yet had the opportunity to play last year's game by Supergiant Games (previously known for such titles as Transistor, Bastion and Pyre). The title has won a number of awards, including D.I.C.E Awards, BAFTA 2021 or The Game Awards 2020, as well as recognition in the eyes of Steam users. It looks like now PS4 (and possibly also PS5 via backward compatibility) owners will be able to see if the community's praise was well deserved. It's hard to say whether the indie game will also be released on Xbox.
Hades is a roguelike action RPG snd set in the world of Greek mythology. We heard about the game for the first time during The Game Awards 2018. The title was released in early access exclusively on Epic Games Store, to become available on Steam after about six months and experience a kind of renaissance. The game's actual release outside of EGS was on September 17, 2020 on PC and Switch.