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INK coming to PS4 and Xbox One

 

 

August 16, in the year of our Lord 2017 – Hey, don’t be blue – we’ve got good news! Digerati Distribution and Zack Bell Games are absolutely tickled pink to announce that INK, the multicolored 2D splatformer, will be making a splash on PS4 and Xbox One in September. INK is available to pre-order now for Xbox One with a 25% discount from the Xbox Store.

RELEASE DATES AND PRICES
PS4 release date: September 19 (NA), September 20 (EU)
PS4 price: $9.99/€9.99
Xbox One release date: September 22
Xbox One pre-order price: $7.49/€7.49

ABOUT THE GAME
INK is a fast-paced platformer about using colorful paint to uncover your surroundings.

The object of each level is to defeat any enemies and reach the goal. But there’s a twist – the terrain is invisible to the player and must be revealed by splattering it with color. This can be achieved in a variety of ways, such as performing a double jump, squishing enemies, or dying and exploding in a shower of colour (death has never been so useful)! The room isn’t wiped clean after death, so the player has an easier time navigating after multiple attempts!

Key Features
• Test your skills across 75 INKgeniously designed levels
• Splat enemies to open the exit portal
• Defeat challenging bosses
• Jump, squish, and die to cover levels in brightly colored paint
• Tight, responsive controls mean you don’t feel cheated when you die
• Trophies and Achievements added for PS4 and Xbox One
• Original soundtrack composed by Vincent Rubinetti
• Precision platforming make it a perfect challenge for speedrunning

No word on a physical copy version of this game at this time. Families are required to pay for Internet usage fees to download this game. For more information click here.

 

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