Mortal Shell is Getting a Physical Release on Consoles and PC This Fall

Mortal Shell, the upcoming Soulslike from Cold Symmetry, will get a physical release this fall shortly after its digital debut in August.

By Ryan Meitzler

August 13, 2020

With its announcement this past spring, the upcoming Mortal Shell gained a lot of attention for its Soulslike elements that are sure to make Dark Souls fans happy. The title, which is being developed by Cold Symmetry, is on track to make its digital launch next week across consoles and PC, but those looking forward to the game will also have the chance to grab it physically not too long after its debut.

The game’s development team confirmed that following fan requests, Mortal Shell will officially be getting a physical release for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on October 2, 2020 for Europe and North America, just under two months after its digital launch next week. The physical release will retail for $29.99 (€34.99 / £29.99), and will be available at retailers around the world.

Alongside the game itself, the physical release will also include an exclusive fold-out poster with art from the game and a softcover artbook with concept art and illustrations from the making of the game. The developers also noted that while the physical versions for PS4 and Xbox One will ship with discs, the PC version will include a key for the game that can be redeemed on the Epic Games Store.

Our managing editor Logan Moore previewed Mortal Shell last month and came away with positive impressions from the upcoming Soulslike. As a longtime Souls fan, he found a lot to like from its level of challenge while also adding enough of its own elements to stand out from the Dark Souls series.

Mortal Shell will release for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on August 18, 2020, while its physical release will follow in October.

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Ryan Meitzler

Ryan is the Editor-in-Chief at DualShockers and has been a lover of games as long as he can remember. He holds a BA in English and Cinema and lives in New York City.

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