Blight: Survival Playable Platforms Listed

Blight: Survival, Haenir Studio's upcoming medieval, co-op action-horror roguelite, is in development.
Blight: Survival, Haenir Studio's upcoming medieval, co-op action-horror roguelite, is in development. / Haenir Studio

Wondering which platforms Blight: Survival will be playable on? We've got you covered.

Now that the official gameplay reveal trailer has been unveiled for Blight: Survival, it's perhaps no surprise that many are wondering where the game will launch. Here's a breakdown of everything you need to know about the playable platforms for Blight: Survival.

Blight: Survival Playable Platforms Listed

Unfortunately, at the time of writing, there has yet to be an official list of playable platforms announced for Blight: Survival. On Twitter, however, the Blight: Survival account mentioned that in addition to PC, their intention is to release the game on next-gen consoles "eventually, definitely." Additionally, if Blight: Survival were to be released on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S, the devs added, "we would definitely want cross-play."

On Twitter, the devs also revealed that it is "too early to tell" when it will be released as "we want to make sure we don't make false promises." When asked if the game would be coming this year or in 2023, the Blight: Survival Twitter replied, "Unfortunately we're looking beyond that."

As noted at the beginning of its latest trailer, the gameplay shown was considered pre-alpha and far from what players should expect to be the final quality of the game.

We will update this story once more information on the topic is released, so be sure to check back soon.

Spearheaded by the efforts of the two-person indie developer Haenir Studio, Blight: Survival is described as an upcoming gritty, medieval co-op action-horror roguelite built on Unreal Engine 5. The gameplay is said to be a "very, very difficult" mix between Dark Souls and Mordhau, and built around co-op PvE for 1-4 players.

The game will be set in an alternate 14th century, where two "desperate states" remain in a ceaseless war. With this "purgatory," a new strain of "Blight" has sprung from the remains of the dead, strengthened by spilled blood that has turned "man into monster."