DEADCRAFT Demo Supposedly Coming To PlayStation

The post-apocalyptic survival game from XSEED Games is seemingly releasing on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.

As we approach the mid-point of this year, rumors and leaks are coming out frequently. Many gaming events are coming up where numerous studios will reveal their big hitters. So, these leaks are fairly common with so many official announcements coming up. One of such games that will be seen at these events is DEADCRAFT, which is being developed by XSEED Games and everything about it is under wraps. However, a recent data mine gives us some information about the game.

Demo for the upcoming post-apocalyptic survival game will release on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, according to a new data mine from the PlayStation Network backend (thanks, u/the_andshrew). The data mine provides the TitleIds (CUSA32869_00, PPSA06542_00) and ConceptId (10003340) for DEADCRAFT on the PlayStation Network backend, along with the concept art for the game.

DEADCRAFT Demo
Concept art of DEADCRAFT Demo found on the PlayStation Network backend.

It seems like DEADCRAFT will natively release on the PlayStation 5 and will be available for players on the PlayStation 4 as well. Before this, no information about which platforms the game will be released on was available, so this is the first detail that we’re getting about this particular aspect.

XSEED Games is also officially revealing the game at an upcoming event this week; a full announcement will take place at PAX East, a gaming exposition taking place in Boston, Massachusetts from April 21st to April 25th. This listing on the PlayStation network backend coincides with the upcoming reveal, so most likely, we will hear something about the game’s demo this week.

At the moment, everything about the game is seemingly a mystery. XSEED Games has revealed no details about the game to players. The only thing we know about DEADCRAFT is that it is a survival game that will take place in a post-apocalyptic world. Not much else is known except that the game will be published in Europe. We are finally aware that this mystery project will be released on PlayStation. However, no information about the other platforms is available.

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Ahmed Mansoor

Your average video games enjoyer with a deep passion for single-player adventures who writes about his favorite hobby.