Ska Studio is satisfied to report today that the physical version of Salt and Sanctuary for the Nintendo Switch is accessible today through its Drowned Tome Edition.
As per its distributer, Leadman Games, Salt and Sanctuary: Drowned Tome version will incorporate the Nintendo Switch game cartridge, a full manual, a twofold sided blurb including the Sodden Knight on one side and a hand-drawn world guide on the island on the other, and a download code for the Salt and Sanctuary unique soundtrack, for $29.99.
Here’s a review of the game, by means of Leadman Games:
Following an overwhelming experience with an eldritch brute, a solitary survivor from a censured ship team washes shorewards. An old figure welcomes them as they wake, alluding to this desolate soul as the Saltborn. Understanding this is only the start of their bad dream, the Saltborn starts the apparently outlandish undertaking of getting away from an island abounding with repulsive mammoths and wrathful undead.
Face the hardship alone or with a companion by means of nearby center: Salt and Sanctuary pits its saint, or legends, against in excess of twenty savage and alarming managers. Continuously intense, yet never out of line, characters can kill the island’s disrupting evil entities anyway they see fit. Make a character with browsing a tremendous pool of weapons, shield, spells, supplications and an enormous aptitude tree that develops movement.
In the wake of revealing the frequenting past of the land, the Saltborn can come back to the island for additional discipline. Redo characters to challenge demise over and over, as New Game+ inhales new life into fatigued saints and each form changes the ongoing interaction altogether. For those intrigued by an increasingly fierce encounter, modes like no hindering, no rolling, and permadeath keep on fulfilling the craving for an unforgiving Soulslike experience.