Potion Permit has been getting plenty of updates since its launch in September, and now we have a 2023 roadmap so we know what else is coming. The roadmap includes new romanceable characters, additional languages, and a new opening cinematic. There will also be a new mechanic and some system changes to improve the overall quality of life for players, as well as new quests and arcade mini-games, which should give players more things to do as they continue to help the town of Moonbury.
Interestingly, there have been a lot of somewhat similar indie titles recently released that have to do with potions. I mean, don't get me wrong, potions have and always will be cool, but it's funny how sometimes we get a bunch of games or media focusing on the same idea around the same time. Basically, along with Potion Permit, we have Potionomics and Potion Craft: Alchemist Simulator. It's not a ton, but they've all been released somewhat recently, so if you want more potion games in your life, you should check those out as well.
If you don't know what Potion Permit is, it's essentially an open-ended sim RPG where you are the most accomplished chemist from the Medical Association. Using your skills, you'll brew potions to cure sick people while also collecting ingredients from the environment. You'll hunt monsters, diagnose symptoms, and brew remedies from your cauldron. As you do this, your relationship with the 30 or so villagers will grow, and as their approval grows you'll be able to upgrade the town. You'll also be accompanied by a loyal dog the entire time, which can help you locate hidden items and do other useful things.
If this sounds great, you can acquire a Potion Permit on PC, PlayStation consoles, Xbox consoles, and the Nintendo Switch. If you want to have the best Potion Permit playthrough, be sure check out TechRaptor's guides linked below:
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