Drinkbox Studios announced that its new action RPG Nobody Saves the World will be coming to new consoles later this month, along with a new update for all platforms.
No One Saves the World, previously released on Xbox and PC, is now out on PS4, PS5 and Nintendo Switch on April 14th for $24.99. PlayStation players can get both versions for a single price, and the Switch version is available for pre-order today with a 10% discount. The Switch version is also designed to allow players to use a single Joy-Con per player and play in tabletop mode.
Additionally, NSTW is getting an update across all platforms that adds local collaboration to the experience. Previously, online co-op was only available in Nobody Saves the World on 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 role-playing game in which players take on the role of, well, Nobody, who can take on more than 15 forms – from a birthday party wizard to a rat and many more surprising ones – and a variety of form battles along the way uses moves (and even mixes and matches them) along their adventure. Its debut earlier this year marked Drinkbox’s most successful Steam launch to date.
The developer was previously known for hits like the Guacamelee franchise and Severed.
Check out our review of the latest Drinkbox game for more, and check out some high-quality gameplay from Nobody Saves the World.
Jonathon Dornbush is IGN’s Senior Features Editor, PlayStation Lead and Host of Podcast Beyond! He is the proud dog father of a boy named Loki. Talk to him on Twitter @jmdornbusch.
https://www.ign.com/articles/nobody-saves-the-world-ps4-ps5-switch-release-date Nobody Saves the World is coming to Switch, PS4, and PS5 later this month