RPG simulator Potion Permit offers to become a combat apothecary

RPG simulator Potion Permit offers to become a combat apothecary in a small town

Publisher PQube and developer from Indonesian studio MassHive Media announced the exact release date of their role-playing simulator Potion Permit. The announcement was accompanied by a one-minute gameplay trailer.

    Image source: PQube

Image source: PQube

revoke drinking permit was officially presented announced in September 2020 and for 2021 for PC and current consoles, but subsequently it was decided to postpone the premiere to 2022.

As has been announced, Potion Permit will be available on September 22 for PC (Steam, GOG, Epic Games Store), PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S, and Nintendo Switch. In the Valve service is available demo version.

The events of Potion Permit take place in the town of Moonbury, whose residents preferred to be treated using traditional methods until the mayor’s daughter fell ill and the local shaman was unable to cure her. An experienced pharmacist, the protagonist, is sent to help.

Players must diagnose, gather ingredients (including from monsters’ bodies), brew potions, and cure diseases. They promise 30 unique residents, real-time combat, a loyal canine companion, and an open ending.

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