Posted on December 7, 2012 AT 10:56am
Upstart indie developer Crankshaft Games has announced the release date for it’s debut game, Party of Sin. The game will be unleashed upon Steam on December 13, 2012. The game will cost $15 USD and be available in 6 languages. Crankshaft Games will be running a %10 off promotion to promote the game during its launch week.
Party of Sin is a cooperative puzzle-platformer in which players take control of one of the Seven Deadly Sins; Lust, Greed, Sloth, Envy, Sloth, Wrath, Gluttony or Pride. The game supports up to four players on the PC. It has both local and online multiplayer options available with over 20 levels. It will also have full support for Steam’s Big Picture Mode, allowing players to put the game on their TVs. Other Steam features supported at launch include the use of any XInput controller, achievements, leaderboards, and Steam Cloud.
Crankshaft Games has also announced that as of today, the game is entering the final beta stages. Any Kickstarter backers will now be permitted to play through the full game.
The developer has also announced they will continue to offer full support of the game and any updates will be free of charge. Said Crankshaft CEO Daniel Menard, “We will certainly follow up our release with patches and new features. Development of Party of Sin will be ongoing as we explore new opportunities”.
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