In Potion Permit, a game where players are the most accomplished chemist from the Medical Association, players will use their skills to brew potions to cure sick people. The Potion Permit release date is September 22, 2022, and will release on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X, and Nintendo Switch. Let's take a closer look at the game, shall we?
Why should I care about the Potion Permit release date?
Potion Permit is an open-ended sim RPG. Players will collect ingredients from the environment and hunt monsters, diagnose symptoms, brew remedies in their cauldron, build a relationship with the villagers, and upgrade the town as their approval grows. Players will be accompanied by their loyal dog the entire time, who will help players locate hidden items as well as do other useful things.
The game starts when the mayor of Moonbury's daughter falls ill. The local witch doctor can't help her and the Medical Association sends the player, who cures the mayor's daughter and tries to convince backward residents of the village about how awesome modern alchemy is. With over 30 villagers, they will randomly fall ill and call for the player to help them. When the player isn't healing villagers, they can explore Moonbury by getting to know the people better, resting in the tavern, or going fishing to catch some dinner.
If this sounds like something you might be interested in, Potion Permit Collector's Editions are available for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5 for £59.99, or approximately $73.57 American Dollarydoos. Here's what you'll get:
- Physical Game Copy
- 52-Page Artbook (170 x 134mm)
- Acrylic Standee
- Cleaning Cloth
- Collector's Edition Box
Only 500 copies across all platforms have been manufactured, so if you want a Potion Permit Collector's Edition be sure to act fast.
Interested in seeing Potion Permit in action? Check out the Potion Permit release date announcement trailer in action below!
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