FROSTPUNK: CONSOLE EDITION for PlayStation 4
PS4

FROSTPUNK: CONSOLE EDITION

Oct 11, 2019
8.84
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Good
80th of 6761

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: 11 Bit Studios
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Frostpunk: Console Edition is a society survival game where heat means life and every decision comes at a price. Presenting complex strategic gameplay, demanding challenges and rich story, Frostpunk extends its unmatched survival experience to consoles. Adapted for consoles with revised controls and adjusted mechanics, Frostpunk: Console Edition allows you to fully test your tactical prowess on the frozen wastelands.

Gamer Reviews

464 Reviews
9.33
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Ahmed El-Refaey

Ahmed El-Refaey

Dec 23, 2020
8.70

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

16 Reviews
8.35
Todd EgglestonOct 26, 2019
From the developers of 2014’s This War of Mine, it shouldn’t be any surprise that Frostpunk: Console Edition is full of gut-checking and dark social overtones throughout. It sometimes feels more like a social experiment for college credits, but Frostpunk keeps you challenged and engaged while it forces you to check your morality meter.
Brandon AdamsOct 10, 2019
Frostpunk: Console Edition is a fantastic port: it overhauled its UI and controls intelligently, it runs well, and its priced fairly. At times it doesn’t even feel like a port, but like a version of the game that was developed alongside the PC version. Nothing about the brutal Frostpunk experience has been lost in the translation, and for those who heard all the praise last year but lacked the requisite PC they can now sit down and play 11 Bit’s masterpiece on the platform of their choice (well, barring the Switch it sounds like: sorry Nintendo fans).
Jarrett GreenOct 10, 2019
To say Frostpunk is fun would be like saying watching The Road is fun. It’s engaging, challenging, inventive and unique. It cleverly re-purposes old genre tropes, and embraces the rigors of micromanaging dire people in a dark time with such earnest that it’s hard not to get charmed into hours of sadistic yet satisfying struggle.