Indie fans have a great year ahead on PlayStation.
July 2022’s PlayStation Indies showcase revealed some of the coolest indie games coming to PS4 and PS5 in the next year. There’s a lot to be excited about.
Outside of combat, your party can climb, swim, and jump through gorgeous pixel-art environments. Sea of Stars is an epic RPG story with tons of side activities like fishing, coming in 2023.
SCHiM is back again after turning heads at Day of the Devs 2022. You play as a shadow spirit finding your way home to the person whose shadow you live in.
One of the most anticipated indies of 2022 launches on August 11. In Cult of the Lamb, you manage a woodland community of adorable animals — then channel their prayers to feed an eldritch god.
Its PlayStation Blog update lays out the logistics of running your community. Turns out, that takes a surprising amount of poop-related work, including building outhouses and using it as fertilizer.
Survival horror Signalis game is the promising debut of developer rose-engine. Blending cosmic and psychological horror, it follows a woman stranded on an icy planet searching for her crewmate.
The Tomorrow Children was a short-lived online town-building game with a small but devoted fanbase. The Phoenix Edition adds a single-player mode to ensure it won’t be shut down again.
With other players or AI partners, you’ll explore the remnants of a shattered world and build your dream town. The Tomorrow Children gets a second chance on September 7, 2022.
Everyone knows you can return from the afterlife by beating Death at golf, but Cursed to Golf is the first game to tackle it. This rogue-like sidescroller puts you in the shoes of a golfer putting their way out of Purgatory.
Inscryption is a roguelike card game that’s built around being hard to describe, with body horror, ever-changing rules, and tons of surprises I wouldn’t dare spoil.
The upcoming port adds new features tied to the PlayStation controller, like haptic and audio feedback. There’s no word on its release date yet.