The holiday season is here, and this year Santa brought a big bag full of indie awesomeness to keep you cozy indoors and out of the cold. Whether you’re looking for stylish first-person action, pop-up horror, or a chance to prove yourself on the virtual courts, these December standalone highlights have enough style and variety to keep you playing well into 2023.
Forest Quartet Release Date
First up, the good folks at Bedtime Digital are excited to share that their exciting puzzle adventure The Forest Quartet is launching on PS5 and PS4. December 8. Read on for more information.
hello neighbor 2
The unassuming small-town terror of the viral indie hit Hello Neighbor is back, and let’s be clear, these neighbors Do not do You want some of your housewarming chili. An investigative journalist has come to the town of Raven Brooks with a mission: to find out why people are missing and who might be responsible. And one resident in particular is especially suspicious: the infamously creepy Mr. Peterson. The stocky, mustachioed man is the subject of many rumors and you are the only one with the courage to unearth the truth. But the more you dig, the more it seems that the whole town is very strange. Create a tense atmosphere with open-world exploration and a story directly affected by your actions, then try to outsmart an AI that constantly learns from player actions. There goes the neighborhood!
Release date: December 6 | Editor: tinybuild | ps4, ps5
It’s December, so you know what that means: snowboarding season. And here’s more good news: Shredders, the critically acclaimed indie snowboarding sandbox, is coming to PS5 on December 6th. Described by the developers at FoamPunch as “a love letter to snowboarding,” Shredders takes you to the Frozen Wood resort, where you and your friend Making viral videos becomes the snowboarding adventure of a lifetime. You’ll also get to hang out with famous professional snowboarders like Jamie Anderson, Marcus Kleveland and Zeb Powell, while developing skills and stunts on your way to glory. A rocking original soundtrack from Jennifur Production Company is a great accompaniment when you and your online friends shred tracks together.
Release date: December 6 | Editor: foam punch | ps5
Heaven: Children of Light
The creators of the indie masterpiece Journey are back with a new adventure. Sky is a game about using the ability to fly to explore a beautiful world and forge powerful bonds with others. Starting from a simple base island, you and a large community of players around the world set out on journeys to explore seven large and beautiful kingdoms to recover ethereal spirits. Sky is a game built around the transcendent joy of mutual exploration and cooperation as you and the other players you meet and interact with traverse beautiful open environments. Use a unique system of gestures and actions to connect with others, travel together, and create beautiful memories. With a huge world to interact with and ongoing seasonal events offering new views and interactions, there’s always more to see on Sky.
Release date: December 6 | Editor: thatgamecompany | ps4
the forest quartet
It’s time to get the band back together for one final concert. However, The Forest Quartet is quite different from the typical reunion story: with the death of the band’s leader, Nina, members Kirk, JB and Sebastian have fallen into darkness fueled by grief. Taking control of the remnants of Nina’s soul, you will witness physical manifestations of emotion and struggle brought to life with vivid graphics and stunning sound design. Journey through stunning environments and piece together puzzles to help your bandmates begin the difficult healing process in this emotional elegy.
Release date: December 8 | Editor: digital bedtime | ps4, ps5
Welcome to Heaven! Unfortunately, Pearly Gates has a bit of a demon infestation, but that’s potentially good news for you. As Neon White, a killer ripped from the misery of Hell, you’re racing to eliminate as many demons as possible for a ticket to the afterlife between the clouds. Show off your sublime style by dispatching demons in first-person combat quickly and efficiently, using a unique system of collectible Soul Cards for weapons and special abilities. A sky-high skill ceiling lets you improve your times and ranks, while secret paths and hidden items provide even more replay value. And the icing on the cake is an excellent narrative written by OK KO! Ryann Shannon, writer of Let’s Be Heroes.
Release date: December 13 | Editor: Annapurna | ps4, ps5
What indie games are on your list to play in December?
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