Owlboy, a 2D Metroidvania platformer that has been worked on for about a decade, eventually released on PC into critical acclaim at 2016. The game is likely to launch on PS4, Xbox One, also Nintendo Switch second week, even although the Nintendo Switch version has run into a few issues using its menu icon. For those of you who would rather pick up the game, developer D-Pad Studios and writer Soedesco declared today that the game may launch on PS4 and Nintendo Switch May 29.
The retail release of Owlboy was declared past November, but the preferred platforms and release date were not understood at that time. Hans van Brakel, Executive Manager at Soedesco, had the following to say about discharging Owlboy physically, as it is the publishers’ first physical Switch game:
We’ve had to keep quiet about that for a little time, but now I can finally declare our physical Switch game! Owlboy is a very amazing title to start our Switch line-up together with, but we have definitely got more coming up. ”
For all those who don’t understand, in Owlboy players take control of Otus, a owl who attempts to stop an army of sky pirates. In order to accomplish this, players fly through a array of different surroundings and get support so as to complete their quest.
You can check out the PS4 and Nintendo Switch box art to North America, Europe, Germany, and Austrailia below. Owlboy is currently accessible on PC, with PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch versions coming digitally following week and bodily PS4 and Switch copies coming May 29.