Ritual: Crown of Horns takes aim today at Steam and Nintendo Switch

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Ritual: Crown of Horns takes aim today at Steam and Nintendo Switch

Postby ccgr » Fri Nov 08, 2019 4:30 pm

Ritual: Crown of Horns takes aim today at Steam and Nintendo Switch

Fill your boots or fill your grave as you take up arms against the weird and wild west.

Krakow, Poland - November 7th - Launching today, Ritual: Crown of Horns fires out a volley of tactically weird western action on both PC and Switch after spending the last few months in Early Access on Steam. With the help of some wonderful user feedback, the team has managed to get the guns oiled, the incantations perfected, and the dusters laundered, meaning the game is finally ready to head out on that full release trail. Early players of Ritual: Crown of Horns have been praising its dark and dusty atmospheric presentation and focus on gut instinct and careful play over simple spraying and praying.

Working with Draw Distance was pure pleasure and so is releasing Ritual: Crown of Horns to the public. The game has underwent huge improvements from the latest Steam Early Access build thanks to the tireless work of the developer who strived for anything but perfection. I feel they nailed the feeling of being a bad-*** gunslinger in the Weird West and I hope people who love action games will fall in love with the game as we did.

- Rafal Basaj, CEO, Feardemic

Ritual: Crown of Horns releases today on on both the Nintendo Switch and on Windows via Steam for $19.99 USD, though the game is currently 20% off until November 11th on Switch and November 15th on Steam. There's also a new trailer that's been released to celebrate the game's launch, which you can find here.

Players on Nintendo Switch can also expect a patch very soon, which will add the support for French, German, Italian, Spanish and Russian languages to the game.

About Ritual: Crown of Horns

Ritual: Crown of Horns is a slaughterhouse: a fast-paced action game set in an alternate Wild West, a demonic version of a hellish frontier. This arcade-inspired title unravels a tale about an unlikely duo: a bounty hunter who comes back from beyond the grave, yearning to exact revenge on his killers and a witch who aids him with a series of powerful rituals to further her own agenda.

Push back hordes of enemies, while the witch performs her ritual. Work a varied arsenal of firearms to your advantage: mindfully swapping between weapons and spells. Unlock new tools and powerful items which boost your gunslingers stats and changes their look. Travel throughout the Weird West picking your missions and planning future unlocks to finally exact your revenge!

Ritual: Crown of Horns is a skill based game, where split-second decisions and planning on the go are more powerful than button mashing and throwing yourself mindlessly at enemies.


Unique auto-aiming system
A satisfying arsenal at your disposal such as shotguns, six-shooters, rifles, crossbows, and a few surprises that are a little less era-appropriate.
Outrageous enemies to fight including brainwashed cultists, supernatural legendary creatures, bizarre murderous contraptions
Creative spells and power-ups that can violently alter the way you approach each combat encounter.
Unique Gothic Horror meets Weird Western artstyle.

About Feardemic Games:

Feardemic is an independent video game software publisher, based in Krakow, Poland. We are interested in publishing only exceptional and ambitious psychological horror games. We're all about unconventional ways of thinking, and we build up an unique strategy for each title we work with. We do what we do because we're truly passionate about good psychological horror and we'd love to see more and more of it.

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