Unpacking, an independent puzzles adventure will be released digitally as well as physically by Limited Run Games for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. Publisher Witch Beam Productions confirmed the partnership with Limited Run Games on social media, saying: “We’re delighted to inform you we’re teaming alongside Limited Run Games to offer Hardcopy of Unpacking—and that covers not only Switches also PlayStation 4 & PlayStation 5!” When it first came out, but Unpacking was also exclusively playable on the PC (along with Xbox devices & Nintendo Switch).
There’s No Release Date Yet
Additionally, Witch Beam Games sent a follow-up post stating that the physical PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 variants of the title would be accessible online as well after the first revelation. Even though the designer hasn’t revealed a release date for the title’s PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5 iterations, the Limited Run Games homepage indicates that physical editions are presently in the “early-development” phase.
📦 We’re thrilled to announce we’re partnering with @LimitedRunGames to release PHYSICAL copies of Unpacking—and that includes not just Switch but PS4 & PS5! Head here to order: https://t.co/jiTktdkc9k
— Unpacking 📦 Out NOW! (@UnpackingALife) March 29, 2022
New trophy listings for the game were just posted to PSNProfiles, indicating that the game has been rendered accessible on PlayStation Network (PSN) for both the Playstation 4 and PlayStation 5. According to the most recent roster, Unpacking on PSN now offers 26 different trophies, all of which are classified as Unknown since they aren’t part of the Platinum trophy.
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For those who are curious, the fact that there is a comparable amount of awards on Windows and Xbox as well as PlayStation means that Sony devices would have an identical trophy selection.
Please allow us to explain what a great experience, and joy this game is if this is your first time hearing about it. It’s a soothing organizational simulation that accompanies a protagonist through several periods of life including infancy, university, failed relationships, and finding one’s “loving home.”. The protagonist is tasked with unpacking the subject’s belongings and finding the ideal spot for them in each of their dwellings.
Many of Unpacking’s early adopters were shocked to realize that the Nintendo GameCube-style system in the program was unfamiliar to them and that they had no idea where it should go in their house when it was released late last year.