Succubus Release Date Announced; New Demo Available Now

You Will Be Able to Retake Your Kingdom in Succubus Soon

Published: April 26, 2021 10:15 AM /



Madmind Studios has announced the Succubus release date, so we now know when the Agony spinoff will be coming out. You'll be able to spend time with Vydija herself on July 21st, 2021.

There is also a new demo for players to play through without any censorship. Succubus was announced back in 2019 after Agony had a rather rough go of it, with the first demo releasing back in 2020. The new demo will include one location, 3 weapons, 4 types of special powers (spark, wave push, heal, fireball), and several types of enemies that represent different types of artificial intelligence in an Adult Only version that doesn't have any censorship.

What is Succubus?

Succubus has players becoming Vydija, a demonic succubus who uses her powers to take revenge on her enemies in a FPP slasher. The game will feature character development (at least you'd hope so!), character customization, 40 weapons and special powers, 21 levels, and ranked arenas. She is intent on taking back her kingdom and killing everyone in their path if they won't bend the knee to her. Check out the release trailer below:

Players will be able to climb steep rocks, seduce their opponents, and avoid traps in a hell that's described as living and pulsating. You're to make unfortunate souls suffer by mutilating and murdering everyone in your path, which is a given considering that this is a FPP slasher anyways. 

For those that find themselves interested in Succubus, be sure to check it out on Steam and check out the new demo here. For everyone else who wants to know how the game turns out, stay tuned to TechRaptor for more details.

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