Salt And Sanctuary Hits Xbox One In February

Salt and Sanctuary surprised me when I reviewed it. I knew of the developer thanks to previous games like The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai, which was on the Xbox360 and I enjoyed that one. Most of their games were dedicated to Microsoft’s console last gen and it felt like they belonged on that platform. It ended up being a surprise when their latest game was instead launched on PlayStation 4 exclusively.

Thankfully, more people now get to play Salt and Sanctuary and they should because it is genuinely fun to playand reminds me of the Souls series. The Xbox One version includes all the bells and whistles and is priced at around $24 CAD