Neon White Officially Coming to PlayStation Consoles in December

The FPS action game developed by Angel Matrix will come to the PS4 and PS5 on December 13

Samam Hasan
Samam Hasan
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Neon White
Highlights
  • FPS action game with platformer and puzzle elements
  • Previously was exclusive to PC and the Switch
  • Xbox version not yet confirmed

Neon White is officially coming to the PlayStation consoles. The release date for the games on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 is set for December 13 this year. Previously, a listing for the game was spotted in the New Zealand PlayStation Store recently. Now, with its official confirmation, PlayStation users can look forward to the game.

Neon White is described as a lightning-fast FPS action game with platformer and puzzle elements. It is detailed as a mashup of various gaming genres. The game was developed by Angel Matrix and published by Annapurna Interactive. Check out the trailer for the PS4 and PS5 versions below.

The main goal essentially is to kill demons and reach the end of the game levels as fast as possible. this can be achieved via the Soul Cards, both the weapon and movement abilities. In addition to that, players can optimize these Soul Cards according to their playstyle.

With the game being announced for the PlayStation consoles, the game will now be on all the major gaming platforms except for Xbox. However, we hope it will be announced for the consoles very soon.

Neon White Features for PlayStation 5

As Neon White is a fast-paced game, performance was prioritized on the PlayStation 5. According to Ben Esposito, Game Director at Angel Matrix, the game will run at 120hz on the PlayStation 5. Moreover, they also have focused on reducing load times for the built-in SSD as well.

Neon White is all about speed, so one of our highest priorities was performance. It was important to us that the PlayStation 5 version runs at 120hz across the board.

Ben Esposito, Game Director at Angel Matrix

Moreover, the game also makes use of the PS5’s adaptive triggers through the use of the Soul Cards. This makes each Soul Card feel unique. The controller haptics provides extra levels of feedback in this case.

Our review of Neon White described the game as an exceptional shooter brimming with style and substance in equal measure. The core mechanics and the level design were also particularly praised.

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A passionate writer with a strong love for video games. Samam primarily enjoys Sim Racing and RPG games in his free time and also keeps up with the latest industry news.
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