Postal 4: No Regerts Is Taking Aim At The PS4 & PS5 Now


Those looking to get in on more Postal can now look to add Postal 4: No Regerts to their PlayStation systems

There is no holding a Postal game down here, as we have one more announcement to take in for the IP. An announcement from Running With Scissors that will have some of you questioning things and others excited again. An announcement that shows that Postal 4: No Regerts is back in the limelight and heading out to the PS4 and PS5. PC gamers will no longer have that monopoly on the game. All of this will be ending on March 21st when the game leaps from the PC and onto the PlayStation systems. It is time to get excited or upset as you lot normally do now.

You might remember about a year ago from now, we had our PC review for Postal 4: No Regerts and it was not the highest of quality out there. A good number of our issues did get patched over time and from the following trailer for the upcoming release, it looks like that could carry over onto the new systems. Just be sure to know that the humor and content of the game look to be all the same. This is a Postal at the end of it all, and there should never have been an expectation that would change. We will just hold out hope that we will get the best version of the game on the systems that have already had some winning versions in the past.

Postal 4: No Regerts — PS4 & PS5 Announcement

Postal 4: No Regerts launches on PS4 and PS5 on March 21, 2023!

The long-awaited true sequel to Postal 2, fondly dubbed "The Worst Game Ever", steps into the shoes of the hapless everyman known as The Postal Dude as he embarks on a new outrageous and satirical adventure in this comedic open-world first-person shooter! Remember, it's only as violent as you are!

Did you give up hope that Postal 4 was going to move off the PC and are glad to see it is now? Will the new hardware and forced system requirements fix the issues that the game originally had or will it weirdly be highlighted more? Could this also mark that the team wants to carry the IP further with another title or just a way for them to get the game in front of more eyes and hands now? Head on into the comment section and feel free to discuss all of this as you so wish to do. Postal 4: No Regerts will most likely have more down the line, as it would seem, so please keep checking back here for all of those updates and changes along the longer timeline we all have here.