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No, Hades is a single-player game focused on the story of Zagreus, the son of Hades, trying to escape from the Underworld. It is designed to be a deeply personal and narrative-driven experience that players must undertake alone.
It incorporates hack and slash elements and features a high degree of replayability due to its procedural generation of levels and a variety of power-ups that change gameplay significantly.
Hades does not allow you to save manually in the middle of a run. However, the game saves your progress automatically between each chamber, so if you need to stop playing, you can pick up right where you left off next time you launch the game.
Hades is available on multiple platforms, including PC (via Steam and Epic Games Store), Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.
Yes, Hades has multiple endings that depend on players' choices and progression throughout the game. It encourages repeated runs to unveil more of the story, with new dialogue and plot developments emerging after each attempt.
Hades stands out due to its engaging story, fully voiced characters, beautiful art style, and fluid combat system. It combines challenging gameplay with a compelling narrative that progresses even when you fail, which is not common in the genre.
Hades includes some accessibility options to tailor the gaming experience to a wider audience, like the 'God Mode' which gives players a damage resistance that increases each time they die, making them progressively stronger and the game more accessible for those who find it too difficult.