Ysbryd Games announced that the Glitch Factory-developed hardcore action RPG, No Place for Bravery, will launch on Nintendo Switch and PC-via Stream in Q4 2021.
“The actions of parents resonate long after the fact,” said Matheus Queiroz, developer at Glitch Factory. “No one ever truly knows how to raise a child in an unpredictable, unforgiving world. Mistakes will happen and we must live with them. This story—and our own journey creating it—is an expression of that.”
During gameplay, players will travel across the world of Dewr, where titans have devasted the terrain. The game is displayed in pixel art designs that add a level of dark mystery to the game’s tone. Thorn will encounter bandits, cultists, and tribes on his path, and although he is a mortal, he can gain new skills acquired after remembering them from his younger days.
No Place for Bravery features a pixel art world that players can explore. The game is meant to be difficult, but approachable through various action systems. Players can block, pray, and slash, but will need to keep stamina in consideration when facing off against the bosses.
We’ll keep you updated with the development of No Place for Bravery.
You can watch the new gameplay trailer below:
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