Drinkbox Studios’ new recreation Nobody Saves the World is a singular action-RPG that lets gamers tackle the function of, effectively, No one, and remodel into a bunch of various, wacky types. And it is solely a few weeks away from being launched.
The Guacamelee! builders introduced that No one Saves the World will arrive on Jan. 18 for Xbox Collection X and S, Xbox One, Home windows, and Steam for $24.99. It can even be out there through Xbox Recreation Move on each Xbox and PC, so subscribers can hop in on day one to the motion, which may be performed both solo or in on-line co-op.
Moreover, No one Saves the World’s soundtrack by Sword and Sworcery composer Jim Guthrie will likely be out there on Steam and streaming platforms the identical day as No one launches.
IGN went hands-on with Nobody Saves the World early last year and located it retained Drinkbox’s penchant for charming, hilarious writing and world-building whereas delivering a singular method to RPG development in its various world.
Since then, we have realized a bit extra about how gamers will combine and use the powers of Nobody’s many forms, Drinkbox’s method to selecting and constructing out these types, and extra.
Nobody will also be Drinkbox’s first online co-op game, although previous video games from the studio did have native multiplayer. Co-op will likely be playable with different gamers in the identical platform ecosystem.