[REVIEW] : Nobody Saves the World, the new one from the creators of Guacamelee!, is coming to PS4, PS5 and Switch

Nobody Saves the World, the latest craze from Drinkbox Studios, makers of games as celebrated as the two installments of Guacamelee! o Severed, already has a release date on PS4, PS5 and Nintendo Switch. This has been announced by officials, confirming that the hitherto exclusive to PC and Xbox consoles will be coming to PlayStation consoles and the Nintendo hybrid on April 14, 2022, when this crazy and quirky action-RPG will be available on via the digital platforms of these systems.

Nobody, also on PlayStation and Nintendo Switch

Thus, the hit fantasy RPG with dungeon crawler overtones starring Nobody and his many transformations, each more hilarious and unexpected, will leave the exclusivity of PC and Xbox consoles to appear on the rest of the platforms currently available, all for that we can once again put an end to the evil aspirations of Calamity before its corruption engulfs the entire known world.

And it is that thanks to Nobody’s wand we can adopt all kinds of forms with their own powers, strengths and weaknesses, thus offering the player a wide variety of situations to face both the dangers of the world to be explored and the challenging randomly generated dungeons with each new attempt. From a horse to a mouse, passing through a zombie, an archer, a knight or a bodybuilder, among many other personalities.

Don’t miss our analysis of Nobody Saves the World, one of the titles responsible for 2022 that kicks off in the best way on the indie scene, a title that “thanks to an approach in which progress is totally subordinate to the challenges to be completed with each transformation , the gameplay turns out to be terribly dynamic and changing, which is even more noticeable in the dungeons, a dungeon crawler aspect that bets on decidedly difficult levels generated randomly, especially if we dare to enter with less level required.

Nobody Saves the World will get a PS4, PS5 and Switch version on April 14

Only playable so far on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC, Nobody Saves the World will not have taken too long to infiltrate the rest of the console market, since the title of Drinboxoriginally released on January 18, will arrive in just over a week on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and Nintendo Switch, according to the developers.

Nobody Saves the World for everybody

More players will therefore be able to try out this action-RPG, produced by the studio behind the Guacamelee series, where you play Nobody, a hero who can take a multitude of forms to fight his enemies.

A skill that will be invaluable to him during his quest to reverse the Calamity, which is increasingly plaguing the world. In addition to this rather original gameplay, the game also offers a very cartoony artistic direction and a crazy atmosphere, a work faithful to what Drinbox has accustomed us to for a few years.

Nobody Saves the World will land on April 14 on PS4, PS5 and Switch.

Nobody Saves the World will soon integrate a local coop mode

It was undoubtedly one of the nice surprises of this first quarter. Available since January 18, Nobody Saves the World has delighted many Xbox Game Pass subscribers with its originality and ubiquitous humor. A real success that we owe to the Canadian developers of Drinkbox Studios, whose quality of work had already made some sparks on the Guacamelee series. And players will have the opportunity to launch or relaunch the title very soon.

On the one hand because Nobody Saves the World is about to lose its temporary exclusivity to land on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation consoles, but also because the Toronto studio will bring an update which also concerns Xbox players, and so Xbox Game Pass subscribers. The developers of Drinkbox Studios announce the arrival of a free update for allow two players to embark on the adventure together, locally. Until now it was only possible to play the duo game online.

It is therefore on April 14 that players will be able to follow the fabulous story of Nobody in the company of a friend, on the same console. And if you haven’t had the chance to get started yet, we can only advise you to go there with your eyes closed.

Nobody Saves the World: the highly rated new game from the creators of Guacamelee! announced and dated on PS5, PS4 and Switch

The latest addition to Drinkbox Studio will not be confined to Xbox and PC for long. He will join the competition in 10 days.

The developers of Drinkbox Studios have proven their know-how with severe, Tales from Space: About a Blob and especially the metroidvania Guacamelee!. They tried something different again with Nobody Saves the Worldan RPG where we embody Nobody, an unusual hero capable of mixing his appearances and skills.

It had its small effect when it was released on PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S last January, and is already preparing to see the competition. It has just been announced on PS5, PS4 and Switch, where its release date is set for April 14, 2022 at a price of €24.99, and even 10% less if you pre-order your copy. It will be cross-gen compatible, to live its games in online multiplayer on two generations of different consoles, and the purchase of a PlayStation version will give access to that of the other generation at no additional cost.

“It’s great to see the game being received so positively by our existing fans as well as new players,” said Nobody Saves the World producer and Drinkbox Studios co-founder Graham Smith. “We’ve been around for 14 years now, and Nobody Saves the World has quickly become one of our most successful games. Every time we try to make something completely new it feels like a big gamble, so we’re really glad the game has found an audience, and hope even more people can enjoy it now that it’s coming to PlayStation and Switch. Who knows, maybe we’ll have more ideas and shapes to explore in the future for Nobody Saves the World! »

Is Drinkbox already teasing an extension or a sequel? Still, on April 14, an update will add a local cooperative mode on Xbox and PC, a feature obviously offered from the launch on the new platforms.