Given how many major new games have launched and enjoyed incredible success already this year, there are a few that have been drowned out by the noise to some extent. One of the most enjoyable experiences of the year so far, Nobody Saves the World – developed by Guacamelee! developer DrinkBox Studios – launched for Xbox and PC earlier in the year, and though it hasn’t been the biggest new release, it’s been received well by nearly everyone that’s played it. Soon, it could open the gates for more players to come in.
Twitter page @PlaystationSize – a page that routinely tracks updates and changes made to the PlayStation Store backend – recently spotted DrinkBox Studio’s dungeon crawling action RPG on the PlayStation Store, with a file size of 812 MB (without an update), which is more or less in the range of the game’s size on the platforms it’s currently available on.
Of course, no announcements have been made just yet, but there’s a solid chance that Nobody Saves the World’s timed exclusivity deal with Xbox will lapse soon, which means it will soon be able to release on other platforms as well. Though only the PS5 is mentioned, it’s likely that it will release for PS4 as well, seeing as it’s available on both Xbox generations right now- though whether it also arrives for the Switch remains to be seen.