Demon Turf Developer Working on New Game; “Huge, Ambitious & Beautiful”

Developer Fabraz, known for their work on the 3D platformer Demon Turf, has announced that they are working on a new game. This news was shared in a Q&A alongside the launch of the Demon Turf Queen’s Edition bundle.

Details regarding this new project were not unveiled, but the team has assured fans that it’s “huge, ambitious, and BEAUTIFUL.” Demon Turf fans will have something new to look forward to here with the “Expressive Platformer” genre.

You can view Fabraz’s statement on the matter below:

Are y’all working on a new game yet?

Heck yes. It’s huge, ambitious and BEAUTIFUL… Any Demon Turf fan will be unbelievably excited about where we’re taking the Expressive Platformer genre next. It is, undoubtedly, the most excited I’ve ever been for one of our games and I can’t wait to show it off more! BUT… We need more time in the kitchen and sincerely ask y’all to let us cook for a bit longer! <3

We’ll keep you all updated on the next title from developer Fabraz.

Demon Turf is set in the Demon World, inhabited by a lot of bad guys who are lumped into gangs who battle for dominion over the land. However, none of these gangs are a match for the Demon King. Now, players will assume the role of a young demon, barely a thousand years old, who is hell-bent on kicking everyone’s butt and becoming the Demon Queen.

Demon Turf features a combination of 2D illustrations with the depth of 3D environments. In addition, the game takes a humoristic approach to its narrative as players utilize “Turf” abilities that players will unlock as they make their way through different turfs. These Turf abilities include different abilities that can be used against enemies or new ways to traverse the levels.

Demon Turf is available on PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.

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Orpheus Joshua

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