Unholy Heights has found a new home on another system. Teyon will release the tower defense and apartment management game on the PlayStation 4 in North America on September 13, 2016.
In Unholy Heights, players follow an ordinary office worker who decides to become an overlord of sorts. He moves to a small apartment complex and manages it, bringing in monsters to serve and fight for him. Depending on their treatment, they could become stronger and more devoted. However, local heroes will randomly happen by almost daily, and there are also quests to take that will build the overlord’s reputation and unlock apartment upgrades you can purchase. When enemies arrive, you have to knock on the doors of tenants who are home in the right order, to send the proper melee and ranged units out to protect your complex.
Teyon has also announced a launch sale for Unholy Heights. While the normal price for the PlayStation 4 version will be $6.99, it will temporarily be reduced to $5.24, to celebrate its release.
Unholy Heights is immediately available on the Nintendo 3DS and PC.