Cunning Zelda-like Tunic is coming to Nintendo and PlayStation platforms this September, after hitting Xbox consoles and PC earlier within the yr.
An journey RPG that riffs on old-school Zelda titles, Tunic made fairly a splash when it launched on Xbox Series X|S and PC again in March. It’ll be making the leap to Nintendo Switch, PS5, and PS4 on September 27.
The information was introduced throughout the newest Nintendo Direct presentation in a recent trailer. Watch it under to get a really feel for Tunic’s complete vibe.
Dropping you on a colourful labyrinthine island, Tunic has you discover the varied locales of its magical world, as you battle bizarre creatures and delve into dungeons. You’ll progressively uncover its secrets and techniques and decipher the fictional language of a faux-instruction guide to be taught new skills.
The sport’s additionally one thing of an Xbox Game Pass success story. Tunic hit Microsoft’s subscription service on the day of its launch, making it instantly obtainable to thousands and thousands of gamers who may need in any other case by no means taken an opportunity on the cutesy journey RPG. Even designer Andrew Shouldice was impressed with the moment viewers it discovered.
“Sport Move is an unimaginable deal,” Shouldice advised TrueAchievements (opens in new tab). “10 million individuals, or 20 million individuals, have Sport Move – one thing like that. It is ridiculous, proper? And so the concept ‘Oh, yeah, that whole viewers can play your recreation now’… I simply can’t even fathom it.”
Tunic ought to look proper at house on Nintendo’s handheld system, with its pastel-colored visuals matching the family-friendly aesthetics of Nintendo heavyweights. We reckon it’s one of many best Steam Deck games presently obtainable, too, so ought to translate effectively to an on-the-go platform.