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Mortal Shell: Enhanced Edition Out Now on PS5, Deluxe Edition Coming April 2021

Deluxe Edition coming April

Playstack and Cold Symmetry are gunning for even more success with Mortal Shell: Enhanced Edition, which is out today on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S.


Mortal Shell: Enhanced Edition has launched today on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S, and publisher Playstack could not be happier with the initial response to Cold Symmetry’s tough action-RPG as it has announced the game has now sold over 500,000 copies worldwide across all platforms.

“Mortal Shell continues to blaze a trail for Playstack,” said the publisher’s chief executive Harvey Elliott. “Reaching 500,000 sales is a wonderful and deserving achievement for the supremely talented developers at Cold Symmetry. It gives us plenty of optimism for a busy year ahead for the game, which kicks off today with the release of Mortal Shell: Enhanced Edition. Our fans have been incredible and we can’t wait to show them what’s next.”

If you already own Mortal Shell on PS4 or Xbox One, you can upgrade to the next-gen version completely free of charge. Otherwise, if you’re new to the game, it’ll set you back a really fair $29.99/€29.99/£24.99.

Bad news for PlayStation players, though – you won’t be able to carry your progress over to PS5. So, if you’re coming in from PS4, you’ll have to start all the way from the beginning on PS5.

For the time being, Mortal Shell: Enhanced Edition is a digital-only release, though there will be a retail option later in the year with a Deluxe Edition that will package in a few bonus goodies, as well as a Standard retail edition which will be, well, standard.

I’m still working my way through Mortal Shell: Enhanced Edition, but I’ve had the time to put together a quick piece on the game’s next-gen upgrades, so give that a read and a watch if you’re curious.

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