Death's Door

From bedrooms to BAFTAs: here’s how two mates from Manchester created a gaming classic on their second attempt

'Death's Door' didn't just take the world by storm - it also took developer Acid Nerve on a surprise run to the BAFTAs

Acid Nerve developers David Fenn and Mark Foster on making ‘Death’s Door’

“There was an audience ready for a game where you get to be a crow!”

‘Returnal’ and ‘It Takes Two’ lead BAFTA Games Awards 2022 nominations

The nominations for Performer in a Leading Role and Performer in a Supporting Role have yet to be announced

‘Dark Souls 2’ and ‘Psychonauts 2’ officially verified for Steam Deck among others

Not all games compatible with the Steam Deck are officially verified

Game Pass image shows ‘Death’s Door’ and more coming to the service

Some of the titles in the image are yet to be announced

Acclaimed ‘Death’s Door’ coming to PS4, PS5, and Switch soon

With a metacritic average of 85 on PC, and a huge 87 on Xbox, it’s fair to say that developer Acid Nerve’s ‘Death’s Door’ was pretty much universally adored by critics, and we’ve got some good news for those of you who don’t play on Xbox or PC, as it’s just been announced that the title is coming to PlayStation and Nintendo Switch.

‘Death’s Door’ review: murderously good time

You’ll crow upon beating this treasure
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