Darkest Dungeon Releasing on PS Vita and PS4 in September

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This indie gem on the PC is landing on PlayStation plaforms with a September 27th release on both PS Vita and PS4. We will cover more on the game as information comes out but below the source link the statement the developers released on this announcement during their PlayStation Blog post on the title.
Source: PlayStation Blog 

“Man is the only creature who refuses to be what he is.”
–Albert Camus
Darkest Dungeon is a challenging gothic turn-based dungeon crawler about the psychological stresses of adventuring. It draws heaps of inspiration from classic tabletop RPG experiences. Heroes are human, and Darkest Dungeon will push them to their very breaking points. It’s only under great duress that true heroes are born. Success isn’t guaranteed and many adventurers are likely to die along the way. However, with equal parts planning, strategy, and ruthlessness, you will conquer the horrors below!
Since we last gave an update on Playstation.Blog, we’ve added even more content to the game that will be included for release. The Stagecoach is brimming with new hero classes (15 in all!) who will find themselves at the Hamlet for redemption, glory, or fortune. More than 40 different Town Events add variety to your campaign… including a chance encounter with the nefarious Vvulf and his Bandit Raiders, who seek to destroy the Hamlet!
On September 27, we finally get to share years of hard work and passion with players on PlayStation.

The game will be $24.99 or the local equivalent, and will feature both cross-buy and cross-save support! Buy once, and share your Estate between your PS4 and your PS Vita.
PS Plus members can also expect a 20% discount off of the game.
Be sure to keep your eye on Playstation Store, and prepare yourselves, because there can be only madness… in the Darkest Dungeon!

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