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DESOLATIUM is a cosmic horror point-and-clicker

Based on the Cthulhu mythos of H.P. Lovecraft, DESOLATIUM releases on Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch. If you’re up for some cosmic horror and fancy mixing that with point-and-click ideas, there’s nowhere else to look. 

DESOLATIUM is available right now on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, all thanks to those at SOEDSECO and Superlumen. It’s also on PlayStation and Nintendo Switch should you prefer those formats. 

A cosmic point-and-clicker

However you play, DESOLATIUM should be seen as a point-and-click adventure in which you’ll be tasked with uncovering the disappearance of an old friend. You’ll do that by looking through the eyes of numerous characters, each of whom come with their own unique quirks and characteristics. 

The thing is, this is a tale that is Lovecraftian in nature, with the myths, creatures and darkest that all entails. Will you be able to handle that?

Key features

  • Explore a world inspired by Lovecraft’s mythos  
  • Navigate stunning levels based on real-world locations in 360° 
  • Take on the role of 4 different characters, each with unique mechanics and characteristics  
  • Play through 14 chapters with multiple scenarios to explore and investigate 
  • Enjoy high replayability with multiple possible endings to uncover  
  • Immerse in a visually stimulating environment designed in a comic-book style with ambisonic (8D) audio  
  • Achieve an optimal gaming experience with a smooth 120FPS. 

Buy DESOLATIUM on Xbox now

We’ll let you know how DESOLATIUM on Xbox plays in full review. For now though you can head to the Xbox Store and pick up a download. It’ll cost you £24.99, but is playable across both Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, fully optimised too. 

You’ll also find DESOLATIUM on PlayStation and Nintendo Switch. 

DESOLATIUM on Xbox Game Description

In this graphic point-and-click adventure, you get to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a friend through the eyes of 4 different characters, each with their own characteristics. Uncover the mystery as you’re led toward a dark path filled with Lovecraftian myths and creatures. Are the ‘old ones’ they read about truly real? Be careful what you ask for, because the answer might lead you to your doom if you don’t tread carefully.