RedDeer.Games is heading to new console with their portoflio – tons of games coming to PlayStation this year!

RedDeer.Games, being one of the most prominent indie game developers and publishers, announces the expansion of its business, to yet another major platform – PlayStation. One of the studio’s first productions, the acclaimed Cyber Protocol is already available for PS console players.

By starting its partnership with PlayStation, RDG joins the last of the console giants. Currently, the developer is present on all major platforms, starting with Nintendo Switch, where it specializes and has been active the longest, through Xbox, PC and iOS.

Thus, gamers can expect unique indie game launches this year, as RedDeer.Games has a release plan for the PlayStation console already in place.

The games which will be heading from the RDG’s protfolio, are among others: Deflector, Bit Orchard, Little Mouse’s Encyclopedia, Broken Universe and rekyCyber Protocol is already available on PlayStation Store.

– Not so long ago, we started our work with only a couple of employees and not many more projects in our portfolio. Now we are entering the last of the most important gaming consoles – PlayStation. – said Bartłomiej Kossakowski, COO, RedDeer.Games.

– This has been another of our big development goals, and we are proud to say that it has been achieved. – he adds.

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For more information, contact the PR representative: lucy@reddeer.games





RedDeer.Games (RDG) is an independent video game developer and publisher. Awarded in the “Fastest Growing Gamedev Company in Central Europe” category. RDG is according to “Forbes” ranked among the Top 50 Polish game producers. In recent years RedDeer.Games released titles like PID, Fluffy Horde, Cat Tales, AAA Clock 2, Space Tail, She Wants Me Dead, Reky, Broken Universe, League of Enthusiastic Losers, Pro Gymnast Simulator, EleMetals: Death Metal Death Match, and Bit Orchard. At the moment RedDeer.Games is working on games from licenses such as The Smurfs, Lucky Luke, and many others.