It’s tough to know. The game does have lots of skeletons and zombie-like creatures. But more emphasis on werewolves and other beasts. Some here like the setting, but I personally don’t care for it. The gameplay feels similar to Dark Souls, but also quite different. There’s no shield, so the emphasis is on attacking and dodging, and as I learned yesterday, “parrying” using your pistol in your left hand.
The creatures you fight tend to get quite big, so a lot of times it’s tough to see how you’re hitting them or they’re hitting you because of the awkwardness of the camera. It’s nowhere as clean a look and feel as the Souls games, that’s for sure. Even Dark Souls 3, which has the same amount of graphical detail, is less problematic in terms of visual clutter and things blocking your view of your character, or shiny surfaces all over the place that might or might not be messages or loot.
With that said, I am enjoying it. It is more of the type of gameplay that’s in the same vein as Souls games, even if they don’t want your blocking. And exploration can feel overwhelming at first, but becomes manageable over time.
I personally wouldn’t recommend getting a PS4 to play it. But if you already have a PS4, then I’d recommend checking it out, as it’s really cheap nowadays. I rented it when it first came out, and I recently bought it for $9 used.