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POSTAL 4: No Regerts® Blasts onto PlayStation 5|4 with Double the Chaos!

The time has come for PlayStation users to dive into the wild and controversial world of Running With Scissors’ notorious franchise, as POSTAL 4: No Regerts® unleashes havoc on both PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 today. In a historic first, the current installment in the long-running and highly criticized series lands on Sony consoles, and it’s bringing more guns, chaos, and madness than ever before. Check out the action-packed release trailer on YouTube to see the mayhem for yourself!

POSTAL 4 invites players to explore the city of Edensin and chase the twisted version of the American Dream. Define your character with a customizable identity, wardrobe, and voice – featuring performances from Rick Hunter, Corey Cruise, Zack Ward, and the legendary Jon St. John. In this open-world sandbox setting, experience a range of bizarre gigs, ranging from bidet installation to high-octane scooter racing, as you navigate the 9-to-5 grind.

Unique weapons and tools like the Dilbow, the four-barreled Fournicator shotgun, boomerang machetes, and cat-induced silencers are at your disposal. The game’s DualSense-exclusive features offer an enhanced experience, allowing you to feel the kick of weapons with haptic feedback and trigger pulls, as well as the ability to unzip your character’s pants with a swipe of the trackpad.

Vince Desi, the founder of Running With Scissors, expressed his excitement: “Today’s launch of POSTAL 4: No Regerts on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 marks the first time a mainline POSTAL game has graced Sony’s hardware, and we couldn’t be happier.” So, what are you waiting for? Dive into the anarchic world of POSTAL 4 and unleash your inner degenerate!

Adam Frick

Adam Frick, founder of GamesFinity, combines a BS in Computer Science and two decades of programming experience to provide in-depth game reviews. A former esports competitor and indie game developer, Adam specializes in the technical aspects of RTS, FPS, Simulation, and City Builder video games. Known for his expertise in video game history, his gaming journey started with an NES in 1993, leading to interviews with industry icons and convention appearances. Connect with him on Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube.

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