Drinkbox Studios announced its new action-RPG Nobody Saves the World is coming to new consoles later this month, alongside a new update on all platforms.
Previously released for Xbox and PC, Nobody Saves the World will now be released for PS4, PS5, and Nintendo Switch on April 14 for $24.99. PlayStation players will get both versions for a single price, and the Switch version will have pre-orders go live today with a 10% discount. The Switch version is also designed so that players can use a single Joy-con per player and play in Tabletop mode.
Additionally, NSTW for all platforms will receive an update that adds local co-op to the experience. Previously Nobody Saves the World only featured online co-op at its PC and Xbox launch. It will also feature cross-gen co-op multiplayer for PS4 and PS5 players.
Nobody Saves the World is an action-RPG in which players take on the role of, well, Nobody, who can adopt more than 15 forms – from a birthday party magician to a rat to many more surprising ones – using a variety of Form combat moves (and even mixing and matching them) along their adventure. Its debut earlier this year was Drinkbox’s most successful Steam launch to date.
The developer is previously known for such hits as the Guacamelee franchise and Severed.
For more, be sure to check out our review of Drinkbox’s latest and watch some high-level gameplay from Nobody Saves the World.
Jonathon Dornbush is IGN’s Senior Features Editor, PlayStation Lead, and host of Podcast Beyond! He’s the proud dog father of a BOY named Loki. Talk to him on Twitter @jmdornbush.
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