Drinkbox Studios has announced that its new action RPG, Nobody Saves the World, is coming to new consoles this month, alongside a new update on all platforms.
Previously released for Xbox and PC, Nobody Saves the World will be released for PS4, PS5, and Nintendo Switch on April 14. PlayStation players will get both versions for a single price, and the Switch version will have pre-orders going live today for a 10% discount. The Switch version is also designed so that players can use only one Joy-con per player.
Additionally, Nobody Saves the World will receive an update for all platforms that adds local co-op to the experience. Previously, Nobody Saves the World only featured online co-op at launch on PC and Xbox. It will also feature cross-gen cooperative multiplayer for PS4 and PS5 players.
Nobody Saves the World is an action RPG where players take on the role of, well, Nobody, who can take on over 15 forms (from a birthday party wizard to a rat and many more) using a variety of combat moves (and even mixing and matching them) throughout your adventure. Its debut earlier this year was Drinkbox’s most successful launch on Steam to date.
The development studio was previously known for hits like the Guacamelee franchise and Severed.