Physics-Based Metroidvania ‘Rusted Moss’ Delayed, But Receives a Free Demo to Hold Us Off

Physics-Based Metroidvania ‘Rusted Moss’ Delayed, But Receives a Free Demo to Hold Us Off

Playism announced that faxdoc-developed physics-based Metroidvania Rusted Moss has been delayed from its planned February 2023 to a new release date of Spring 2023.

However, to make up for the delay, the team has released a free demo for Steam Next Fest, available now through February 13, 2023. The demo will also players to get the hang of grappling throughout the levels, and will also feature the level creator to create your own stages. The developer has confirmed that save files can be carried over to the full game when it launches

Throughout this title, platforming and combat are performed with a full 360-degree aiming system, allowing inestimable freedom. Further, because of the physics-based momentum, the mechanics are intuitive but difficult to master.

The story of Rusted Moss takes place as humanity is on the brink of collapse, and a faerie invasion is arriving. So, for the sake of survival, they empowered their own witches with Fae magic. However, the protagonist, Fern, is a changeling who was raised by human parents. She seeks to end the Age of Men and return Fae to the world with the help of a shadow named Puck.

We’ll keep you updated on the development and release of Rusted Moss.

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