Sold Out released a new trailer showing gameplay from the Metronomilk-developed action-adventure rhythm game, No Straight Roads, running on Nintendo Switch hardware.
The Switch version runs at 60FPS and even has an exclusive 3-player assist mode, which allows others to help take down enemies. Also, this version features touch screen support.
No Straight Roads is an action game that puts music and sound at the heart of the gameplay. Players assume the role of Mayday and Zuke, two members of the indie rock band Bunk Bed Junction, players will be fighting back against the NSR mega-corporation, an EDM empire that has taken control of Vinyl City and banned all other types of music. The game will have you exploring Vinyl City’s eclectic districts, all the while using music to transform objects into weapons, facing colossal bosses, and changing the world.
The game is the first title from Final Fantasy XV‘s lead game designer Wan Hazmer & Street Fighter V’s concept artist Daim Dziauddin’s new studio Metronomik. It has already won awards for ‘Best Indie Project’ at the 2019 Unreal Open Day in Shanghai and ‘Best Audio’ at the 2019 Taipei Game Show.
In case you missed it, check out our recent preview
No Straight Roads is coming to PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC on August 25.
You can watch the Switch trailer below:
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