Musical Puzzler Figment Is Coming To PlayStation 4 On May 14th

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Musical Puzzler Figment Is Coming To PlayStation 4 On May 14th

April 30, 2019

By: Joseph Allen

 
 

Indie musical puzzle adventure Figment is coming to PlayStation 4. The game will be released for Sony's console on May 14th.

Figment was originally released for PC in September 2017, then Nintendo Switch in June 2018. It received pretty solid reviews for both platforms. Developer Bedtime Digital Games says it's delighted Figment is coming to Sony's console. The studio says the PS4 is the platform it "[receives] the most requests about, by far". Bedtime Digital's game is also coming to Xbox One at some point in the future. No word on a specific release date for Microsoft's platform though. Check out the PS4 launch trailer below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jo97KKgj-Aw&feature=youtu.be

Figment is set in what Bedtime Digital calls "the recesses of the human mind". Players control Dusty, the mind's former voice of courage. Dusty must fend off nightmares plaguing his home and return to his former self. Music is naturally the focus of Figment, with the game's score being performed largely by the enemies themselves (if you play the game, that'll make sense). Gameplay-wise, Figment is a puzzle-platformer in which players must use brawn and brain to navigate a musical world. It's a pretty game, too, boasting some lovely hand-drawn designs.

 
 

Bedtime Digital Games is an independent development studio based in Aalborg, Denmark. The team's first game was 2014's sleepwalking adventure Back to Bed. The studio's first game saw players exploring a hand-drawn world of dreams and solving surreal puzzles. Figment is Bedtime Digital's second full release. It'll be out for PlayStation 4 on May 14th this year. An Xbox One release will follow, possibly also this year. No word yet on an official window for Microsoft's platform, so watch this space for more news on this.

Will you be picking up Bedtime Digital's musical adventure on PlayStation 4? Have you already played it on PC or Nintendo Switch? Let us know in the comments below!

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Dark Souls changed my life, and I'm here to spread the good news. I like pretty much all sorts of games, but I judge everything by its proximity to our Lord and saviour, Dark Souls.

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