4-Player Roguelite ‘Rogue Heroes: Ruins of Tasos’ Reveals Switch Release Alongside PC Later This Year

Team17 announced that the Heliocentric Studios-developed roguelite action game, Rogue Heroes: Ruins of Tasos, will launch on Nintendo Switch alongside Steam later in 2020.

Rogue Heroes: Ruins of Tasos allows players to take on a variety of enemies and puzzle through procedurally generated dungeons. Furthermore, players can explore the overworld of Tasos as they fight to save the citizens from Titans. Money gained from dungeons can then be used to purchase weapons and abilities along with upgraded the village of Intori.

The gameplay features procedurally-generated dungeons where players can travel with up to four players, in both local and online multiplayer modes. The has a top-down screen with retro character designs and mechanics. Players can work together to get through certain areas of the dungeon.

“Developing Rogue Heroes: Ruins of Tasos for Nintendo Switch as well as PC seemed like a no-brainer for the studio, especially given its classically nostalgic visual style and gameplay. We’re sure Nintendo fans will enjoy the roguelite adventuring that the game brings to Switch, whether they’re playing solo or with friends, as they work to uncover treasures, defeat enemies, and become legendary heroes of Tasos!”

The publisher released a new trailer for the game running on Switch hardware. This is also the perfect chance to see this adorable adventure game in action.

You can watch the trailer below:


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