Salt and Sanctuary on PlayStation®4 in Japan

Last month, we announced Salt and Sanctuary is now localized for Japan on Steam. We’re working on getting the last pieces of the release puzzle together but with a little luck, on August 18th, Salt and Sanctuary will also be available on PlayStation®4 in Japan! To celebrate, some folks of the Bloodborne team will be playing the day before launch on the video sharing site, Niconico. It will be awesome!

Also of note, as some of you may have seen, the Mac and Linux versions became available on Steam last month, thanks to the talented Ethan Lee, also known as flibitijibibo.

And lastly for now, We will be at PAX Prime again this year! Come stop by and say hi at booth #2828. Behold the map!

Fun fact: one of our cats is named Neko, Japanese for cat. However, we pronounce her name like niko, as in niconico[ニコニコ], a sound effect for smiling. Let’s give Neko a little spotlight for once!

4 Comments August 16, 2016 posted by Shelldragon

Salt and Sanctuary in Japan!

We are very pleased to announce we have partnered with Kakehashi Games to bring Salt and Sanctuary to Japan. We will showing be at BitSummit, a Kyoto Indie Festival, this weekend, July 9th and 10th so stop on by if you live near or happen to be visiting Kyoto, Japan. We’re very excited to be here and BitSummit will be incredible fun!

Salt and Sanctuary is now available in Japanese on Steam and will be in Japan on PlayStation 4 later this year.

6 Comments July 6, 2016 posted by Shelldragon

Salt and Sanctuary Available on Steam Now!

Today is a historic day for Ska Studios. Salt and Sanctuary is our first PlayStation title and is now also our first PC release. Salt and Sanctuary is available today on Steam for $17.99 USD with a 10% launch week discount. Thank you for all your support and we hope you enjoy our first PC title.

31 Comments May 17, 2016 posted by Shelldragon

A Little Update

It’s been crazy this past month and few weeks. I’ve gone nearly insane dealing with the flood of emails and messages from press and players, handling all the business items that no one wants to do but still have to be done, and released some patches while also trying to get our Steam release ready. The PS4 launch went well though and for the most part, people really like Salt and Sanctuary. So, that all said, we apologize we haven’t been able to reply to everyone or give updates as much as we would like. The two of us are spread a tad thin. Regardless, here are some updates now!

  • At long last, the Salt and Sanctuary soundtrack is up and available for download here on our Bandcamp!
  • We’re gearing up for our PC launch and while we don’t have a specific date just yet, we’re hoping to know within the month.
  • We also unfortunately don’t know details on the Vita port; just that it is being handled by other developer. As soon as we’re able to reveal more, we will surely post about it!
  • We’re working with publishers right now for releases in Japan and Asia. No chrono-details yet.
  • There is a limited physical release of Salt and Sanctuary on PS4 in the works. Also no chrono-details yet.
  • Speaking of posting, if you’re tired of checking our blog here for the big scoop, you can still and always sign up for our newsletter where these updates will travel through the internet tubes straight to your inbox.
  • There’s a bunch of new fan art on the Art Unicorner and our Facebook album! If you have art you want to share, send me an email at michelle {at} ska-studios {dot} com with the name you want to be credited as and the title of your piece!
  • Shirts! We have more back in the store!
  • Did I mention we’re only two people? X_X The cats really need to start pulling their weight.

    For those who like to read reviews and interviews, this is certainly just a small list but here is a link roundup of the very sort!

  • Destructoid Review
  • The Escapist written review
  • The Zero Punctuation “Review”
  • Kotaku Write-up
  • Kotaku UK Review
  • Polygon Write-up
  • PS Nation Write-up
  • God is a Geek Review
  • Indie Dev Podcast Interview
  • Rely on Horror Review
  • We Got This Covered Review
  • Digital Crack Review
  • Next-Gen Gaming Blog Review
  • Dark Station Review
  • Game Informer Review
  • Playboy Interview
  • Go-op Gaming Interview
  • 9 Comments May 4, 2016 posted by Shelldragon

    Salt and Sanctuary New Challenge Mode: Everything is Spindlebeasts

    “You can never have enough spindlebeasts” is a phrase we recently heard. In fact, that is one of the most common complaints about Salt and Sanctuary: There aren’t enough spindlebeasts. So, in the next update we’re introducing a new “Everything is Spindlebeasts” challenge mode!

    We hope you enjoy this new, exciting challenge!

    So majestic. So pure.

    Happy April first everyone!

    (P.S. We’re actually still testing the next patch. We initially pushed an update live last week but it introduced a pretty annoying UI bug so we had to roll it back and put the build back into a more rigorous QA process. We’re not sure when it will be finished but we’ll let you know once it’s live!)

    20 Comments April 1, 2016 posted by Shelldragon

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