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The Dishwasher and Charlie Murder developer Ska studios will bring their new project, an RPG platformer titled Salt and Sanctuary, exclusive to PS4 and Vita next year, the indie outfit announced today.

Like their previous releases, Salt and Sanctuary will boast “solidly executed, intricate, and brutal combat, lovingly hand-drawn and animated 2D art (of the non-pixel variety), a killer in-house soundtrack, and a massive roster of set-defining, dynamic and unique bosses.” Studio founder James Silva cites titles like DS-era Castlevania and the Souls series as influences on Salt and Sanctuary. As for the RPG components, that comes in the form of loadouts and their role in combat strategy.

Salt and Sanctuary marks Ska Studios’ PlayStation debut. Prior to that, the two-person team had developed solely on Windows and Xbox 360.

Dishwasher dev bringing RPG platformer Salt and Sanctuary to PS4 and Vita

By Chris Holzworth | 08/28/2014 03:27 PM PT

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The Dishwasher and Charlie Murder developer Ska studios will bring their new project, an RPG platformer titled Salt and Sanctuary, exclusive to PS4 and Vita next year, the indie outfit announced today.

Like their previous releases, Salt and Sanctuary will boast “solidly executed, intricate, and brutal combat, lovingly hand-drawn and animated 2D art (of the non-pixel variety), a killer in-house soundtrack, and a massive roster of set-defining, dynamic and unique bosses.” Studio founder James Silva cites titles like DS-era Castlevania and the Souls series as influences on Salt and Sanctuary. As for the RPG components, that comes in the form of loadouts and their role in combat strategy.

Salt and Sanctuary marks Ska Studios’ PlayStation debut. Prior to that, the two-person team had developed solely on Windows and Xbox 360.

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