Tequila Works’ Google Stadia-exclusive Gylt could be making its way to other platforms soon. A recent tweet from the developer may indicate that the 2019 adventure horror game may launch on other platforms in the coming weeks.
After Google Stadia shut down after three years of operation, Tequila Works has hinted that the adventure game will debut on other platforms with dubious eyes instead of the two-letter o, with a tweet that read “soon” for the first time. However, the studio did not provide details on which platforms it will launch. The Madrid-based game studio also did not comment on a release date.
The once exclusive adventure horror game transports players to a “creepy and melancholy world” to witness “a spooky story that mixes fantasy and reality in a surrealist place where nightmares come true”. In Gylt, players take on the role of Sally and attempt to “hide from or face dreadful creatures” to find their way through the evil and terrifying world. The game received positive reviews for building a narrative about bullying and earned a 7.0 user rating on Metacritic.
Tequila Works has released numerous titles on last-gen consoles and PC in the past. Although no games have been released on PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X yet, Song of Nunu: A League of Legends Story is planned to be released on both last and next generation consoles and PC. The studio’s portfolio shows it has experience porting its games to last-gen consoles.
The studio has also released multiple games on both Steam and Epic Games. Tequila Works, mostly known for its 2017 adventure game RiME, may release Gylt on PC in the future through these two key showcases. According to its announcement last year and its latest teaser tweet, Gylt will likely go multi-platform in the first months of 2023.