Screencheat sneaks onto consoles subsequent month

Out of sight.

Screencheat – a initial splitscreen first-person shooter where everybody is invisible and we have to sign your opponents’ plcae by looking during their plot of a shade – is entrance to PS4 and Xbox One on 1st March, developer Samurai Punk has announced.


The diversion creatively launched on Steam behind in Oct 2014. It was ostensible to make it to consoles late final year, though apparently that didn’t happen. The good news is that this console pier will enclose all a appendage calm Samurai Punk combined over a final year to a PC version. This includes some-more maps, weapons, modes, mutators, customisation options, solo training hurdles and AI bots.

Screencheat supports adult to four-player internal co-op, though we can play with adult to 8 people with a brew of internal and online play.

Here’s a new trailer charity a glance of how Screencheat looks on consoles:

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