PS4 and PS5 gamers alike will soon be able to play a sequel to one of the most controversial and worst games ever made. There are still many games to comeconsoles between now and the end of the month, such as resident evil 4, Chia, MLB: The 23 Showand system crash. This list is by no means exhaustive, of course, and has now been expanded with another game. PS4 and PS5 gamers are ready to get Postcard 4: No Regerts before Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X users. According to developer Running With Scissors, the game is “the long-awaited true sequel” to postcard 2, one of the most infamous and controversial games ever made.
The fourth installment in the series isn’t as controversial as its successor, partly because the environment it opens in isn’t as sensitive to over-the-top violence, but also because it doesn’t get the same attention. What it got were equally terrible reviews. Released in 2022, the game was the lowest rated game of the year with a score of 30 on Metacritic.
“Postcard 4: No Regerts is a comedic, satirical and outrageous open-world first-person shooter and the long-awaited royal sequel to what has been affectionately dubbed ‘The Worst Game Ever’. postcard 2“, an official commentary on the game reads. “Several years have passed since the events that devastated the once proud city remembered as Paradise. The only two to survive the cataclysm unscathed, the hapless everyman known as the POSTAL Dude and his loyal companion Champ, drive aimlessly through the scorching deserts of Arizona in search of a new place to call home. After a chance rest stop at a gas station ends up with his car, RV, and the rest of his worldly possessions stolen, all the Dude apparently has left to his name are his canine cohort and his bathrobe, and none of them smell that good. However, on the horizon, the duo catch a glimpse of an unknown and dazzling town calling to them. What untold prospects lie within? Fame? Fortune? Maybe a bidet or two? Edensin awaits.”
If you’re interested in playing Postal 4 on PS4 or PS5, you can do so starting March 21. No price point has been disclosed, so it will presumably cost the same as on PC, meaning it will presumably cost $39.99; a dollar and some change for every point you have on Metacritic.