Samurai Punk’s Screencheat is the game local multiplayer game you’ve always wanted, but never knew. Put simply, the main mechanic of the game relies on screencheating — the infamous tactic of looking at the other players’ screens to determine their location. The split-screen, first-person shooter makes all players other than yourself (on your own screen) invisible. The first person to rack up the most kills through screencheating gets the gold.
With that basic description out of the way, Screencheat is making its way to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on March 1, 2016. While the PC version has already been out for over a year, the console versions will contain all the improvements and updates to the online/local multiplayer that have been added to the original. This includes AI bots, new maps, weapons, modes, mutators, granular customization options, eight-player support, and solo training challenges.
As mentioned above, Screencheat is currently available for PC and is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One beginning March 1, 2016. Do you plan on picking this up?