Guacamelee developer's latest action RPG comes to other platforms after originally launching on Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC.
Nobody Saves the World – currently available on PC and Xbox consoles – is headed to PlayStation and Switch later this month.
DrinkBox Studios' dungeon crawling action RPG launched for Xbox and PC earlier this year, and could soon be headed to PlayStation.
Guacamelee developer also teases "even more" surprises for the action RPG "coming in the next few months that we can't wait to share."
Update: Microsoft has officially confirmed that both titles will be coming to Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass subscribers in January.
Guacamelee developer's colorful action RPG will be available for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One and PC along with a day one launch on Xbox Game Pass.
The demo is seemingly slated to go live during The Game Awards 2021. Recommended requirements include 2 GB RAM and 2 GB of VRAM.
Drinkbox Studios reveals some of the ways that players can team up and synergize different Forms to execute hordes of foes.
Augment forms with abilities from other forms, turning enemies into zombies and then buffing those minions with different perks.
Save the world as a nobody assuming different forms in this action RPG.