Dead Cells is a roguelike-metroidvania video game by , and , developed by , and .

Watch the official trailer for Dead Cells

PlayStation on Tuesday, February 11, 2020 released the trailer:
Dead Cells: The Bad Seed - Animated Trailer | PS4.

What is Dead Cells about?

Dead Cells is described as a "roguevania", a combination of procedurally-generated roguelike games and action-exploration-based metroidvania games. The player controls a mass of cells that occupy and control the body of a deceased prisoner at the start of each game. As they explore a series of dungeons and fight the creatures within, they collect weapons, skins, abilities, power-ups, and money. Some enemies will also drop cells when defeated, which can be used to obtain permanent power-ups such as additional health potions or new items that can be bought or found in later runs. These cells can only be spent at the end of a dungeon section; if a player dies before then, they lose all collected cells.
Each level is procedurally generated by merging of predesigned sections in a random configuration along with random placement of enemies and items. The game's combat is said to be similar to the Souls series, with difficult enemies with certain behaviors the player can learn, and where frequent player-character death is a fundamental part of the game. At intervals throughout the game, the player must also defeat boss enemies known as "Keepers." Currently, there are six Keepers in the game - The Concierge, Conjonctivious, The Time Keeper, The Giant, The Hand of the King, and The Collector.
The game includes Twitch integration, allowing viewers, via the stream's chat, to influence the game, such as voting for which upgrade paths the player should take.
The plot of Dead Cells is minimalistic, only giving bits of information to the player, as the player character is selectively mute, and lore is fed gradually from area descriptions and background details. Taking place on an unnamed island, the player character is the Prisoner, a greenish blob of an unknown substance capable of possessing executed bodies in the depths of the island. While the "Head" of the Prisoner is immortal, the bodies it possesses are not, and dying will force it to slink back to the Prison Quarters.
The Prisoner awakens in the depths of the Island's prison, next to a giant skeleton with a spear inside of it, a character named "The Giant", in the castle the player can discover that The Giant was murdered on the King's orders.
A soldier implies that they have been trying to escape for an unspecified period of time. As the Prisoner works their way out of the Prison Quarters, they navigate the Island, and it is revealed to the player that the Island was once a mighty kingdom, until a plague known as "The Malaise" swept through, reducing most of its citizens to mindless zombies or monstrous husks. The Kingdom's Alchemist worked tirelessly to find a cure, but mysteriously disappeared as the king himself became reclusive. As the kingdom fell, the remaining citizens began to rebel against the King, only to either die by infection, seclusion, or by their own hands.
Once the prisoner dies, the giant skeleton disappears, and the soldier that told you about your previous escape attempts is found dead, and her body decays with each subsequent run.

When is Dead Cells released?

Dead Cells was scheduled to be released on August 6, 2018, on August 7, 2018, on August 28, 2019 and in 2020 by Motion Twin, Playdigious and Merge Games.

What are Dead Cells game specifications?

It is a single-player video game.

This video game is available for the following platforms: Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, iOS and Android.

The game Dead Cells is rated with T rating.

More information about Dead Cells you can get at:

Official website: dead-cells.com

Product websites: Steam, PlayStation, Xbox

Wikipedia: Dead Cells

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