In Oddworld: Soulstorm, you pick-up where New ‘N’ Tasty left off. Abe has undergone an unwanted transformation from being a clueless Mudokon cog, literally about to be chewed up by the Glukkons’ big business machine, into an unlikely hero, a beacon of hope.
Abe is a true representation of every person, regardless of age, colour, gender or sexual or political preference. Abe was someone who went about his life, blind to what was happening around him, and then woke to a deeper uncomfortable reality and had no choice but to make a change. Abe may not have wanted to be a hero, but there was, and remains, some greatness in Abe. A greater purpose. A greater good. All of which got him into enormous amounts of trouble and continues to do so.
Oddworld: Soulstorm is due for release in 2021 on PS5 and PS4. The game plans to use the PlayStation 5’s graphics-fidelity, 3D Audio and DualSense controller feature to enhance the gameplay experience.
Source: PlayStation Blog