Eville, the multiplayer social deduction game from VestGames and Versus Evil, is finally available to players on PlayStation systems. Having already launched on PC, Xbox Games Pass, and all the major Xbox systems, the game made its way to the Sony consoles today.
For those who have yet to take a look at Eville, it’s a slightly different take on imposter-style games. Set in a village, the game doesn’t just divide players into roles of imposter/not-imposter, but assigns each random roles with different abilities, skills, and advantages.
These roles include things like Ghost Whisperer, Detective, and Mayor, among others. The game features a day-night cycle that players need to take into account when engaging in plots. Each side will need to work together in order to come out on top. Sessions are built for up to 12 players, so that means truly coordinating.
Use the daytime to engage in normal everyday activities; trade, craft, complete tasks, and generally interact with the villagers. Nighttime is for more nefarious deeds.
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