Agony Hits Kickstarter Goal; PC and Console Release in Q2 2017

Jorge Jimenez
Posted Nov 28, 2016
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Time to go to Hell. Publisher PlayWay announces that first-person survival horror game, Agony, will be coming to PC, Xbox One and Playstation 4 later next year after hitting double it’s Kickstarter goal earlier today.

Agony has you play a tormented soul trying to find their way out of Hell. The only way out of Hell is to meet the Red Goddess but getting to her will take some doing. Good thing you have the ability to possess lesser demons and use them any way you see fit. It might be best to stick to shadows considering every demon you meet looks like a nightmare. Judging from what Tomasz Dutkiewics, Ceo of Madmind Studio, said about where the inspirations for the design for Hell came from.

Agony has already doubled its Kickstarter goal after it launched a few weeks ago and is currently sitting at around $95k. This means that the team will be able to include some of their other stretch goals. One such goal is Agony Mode which allows playing on randomly generated stages in a survival-type challenge and the multiple endings for the story mode.

There are still less than two weeks left in its Kickstarter campaign. The next stretch goal developer Madmind Studio is setting their signs on is VR support which will be added once they hit over $150,000. If the donations keep up it looks like we might be all going to Hell in VR.

The Agony VR version will follow after the premiere of the standard editions of the game, and it will be completely free for anyone who buys the standard version of Agony. We need time to make this version right, by optimizing the GPU powered fire of Hell and all our crazy gameplay mechanics.

Agony is coming to PC, Xbox One, and Playstation 4 in Q2 of 2017.

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