Developer Invisible Walls ApS and writer Versus Evil have introduced that their social deduction game, First Class Trouble, will launch on the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4. While a launch date has not been introduced, First Class Trouble‘s PS5 and PS4 release will coincide with its exit from Steam Early Access, where it has garnered positive reviews since going live in April.

In First Class Trouble, players’ purpose is to close down the Central Artificial Intelligence Network aboard an expensive intergalactic cruise ship referred to as ISS Alithea earlier than the community’s “loyal Personoids” take management of the ship. You’ll play as both a Resident or a Personoid. The roles are described as follows:

  • Resident Gameplay – Collect details about the passengers and deduce who you possibly can belief and who to keep away from. Collaborate along with your fellow residents to remove the suspected Personoids earlier than participating within the shutdown of CAIN.
  • Personoid Gameplay – Lie, disrupt and deceive your approach via the ship among the many residents to both attain CAIN and unleash its full potential or kill off the remaining residents to safe management of the vessel. Use your distinctive abilities to speak and navigate the ship within the shadows and kill off residents after they pose a menace to your identification.

First Class Trouble will assist cross-play between PS5, PS4, and PC. The console variations will embrace all of the updates launched on PC, together with Botanical Garden and Personoid Quarters, in addition to beauty DLC to customise characters with.

“We’re excited to be able to announce that First Class Trouble is coming to PlayStation for console fans to enjoy,” Versus Evil stated in a press launch. “This is another great example of a game that can create unpredictable and highly entertaining gameplay, ensuring players can roleplay and create their own experiences with friends, often with hilarious results.”

We’ll replace our readers when a launch date is introduced. In the meantime, take a look at a trailer under.