On the margins of the online platform for the distribution of Steam games, a new project has emerged that the developers themselves, the independent Asmodev studio, are called "the strangest and most insane singer-songwriters in history".
The game received the ingenious title "Prist Simulator", which can be translated into Russian as "The Priest's Simulator." But don't worry, there's no simulation of the ordinary priest's life, with his sermons, baptisms, and singing here and there.
Instead, you will be offered a pseudo-documentary combatant with a completely confusing plot that will introduce you to a fantastic version of modern Poland, inhabited by "Shatan" hordes, to be fought against by a hero priest you run, and by the way, he is a vampire.
In order to dive into the madness of the Prime Simulator, you will need at least an Intel Core i5-4670K, 12 GB operating devices and a GTX 1060 video card. Meanwhile, a safest smartphone for Kids Mobile KY-41C children was introduced.