The consoles will see MADiSON drop on them too when MADiSON is finally ready to drop on the world
We are all still waiting for the first-person horror title MADiSON to hit the PC, but it looks like there are going to be more fans waiting for the game now. That is due to the fact that Bloodious Games has teamed up with Perp Games to bring the game over to the consoles. None of the specific ones have been listed, but it should be easy to assume that MADiSON will be hitting the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. It could just be for the next-gen systems, but we will keep assuming until we finally get the list and showing for it all. The release date is still a TBD for the full version. The team does still have the demo version out there to give us all a bit of a taste until then.
It is listed that this version of MADiSON will be out on the consoles later in 2022 with this new update here. The Steam pages still show it all as a TBD, but we can make some assumptions on all of that. Unless this is that we will see the MADiSON demo on the consoles at some point. That would be a little weird given that the systems do not traditionally do that for the non-first party titles. That is why it is easy to make the assumption that it will be the full release in a digital and physical format out there. Now we just need to wait.
MADiSON — Gamescom
Bloodious Games and Perp Games are delighted to announce they are partnering to bring the critically acclaimed, MADiSON to console, later this year.
MADiSON is a first-person psychological horror game that delivers a truly blood curdling experience and developer Bloodious Games has fought off numerous attempts to delay or even ban this terrifying new addition to the genre. With all of that behind them, Bloodious Games are now fully focused on the future and the exciting relationship with Perp Games.
Would you rather play MADiSON on the consoles out there or will you always be for the team PC? Have you had a chance to play the demo out there and do you think that the consoles will see anything close to that before a launch? Is it odd how so much has changed for this title out there or is this just all part of the development cycles out there for the smaller teams? Let us all know down in the comments and then feel free to discuss it all. As more for MADiSON is released out there, we will share it all to you here. Be sure to keep checking back in for all of that and much more.