Salt and Sanctuary – a 2D action RPG developed by Ska Studios – was launched on PC yesterday, following the release for Sony’s PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita three days ago. Thus far, the game seems to have been very well-received by players and critics alike. On metacritic, the said title’s Metascore was 85 out of 100 at the moment of writing this news, while the User Score was just slightly lower: 83 out of 100. Steam users also seem to react very positively to Salt and Sanctuary, giving it 135 positive reviews and only 5 negative ones. If you have played it, we encourage you to rate it at its gamepressure.com page. To date, the PlayStation 4 version’s average user score is 8.5/10. What’s interesting, your expectations prior to launch were only 4.5/10, which makes it seem like Ska Studios delivered a pleasant surprise with their latest product.
You can get Salt and Sanctuary for PC for USD/EUR 16.19 on Steam.
You can check Salt and Sanctuary’s system requirements on its Steam profile, but it should run smoothly even on several-years-old machines. However, the developers recommend using an Xbox 360 gamepad to play the game.