Sinner: Sacrifice For Redemption has been pushed back from its nearly imminent release date of April 25th, to sometime in Q3 2018. But for the trouble, the unique take on the boss rush game will also come to Nintendo Switch with a simultaneous launch and come with a wide variety of supported languages.
Sinner is being published by Another Indie, and developed by Dark Star Game Studios, an indy studio comprised of many AAA veterans from a variety of backgrounds like Ubisoft, Konami and Blizzard. The game follows a soldier who must face down monstrous representations of the seven deadly sins, giving up a part of himself with each battle and a permanent debuff. Should he hit a brick wall, the player can roll back his conquests and try the challenge anew.
When the game does finally launch, it will hit all modern platforms including PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC and Mac, cost $18.99 and support English, Spanish, German, Simplified and Traditional Chinese, French, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese and Russian languages. Check out the new trailer just below.