Rogue-Platformer ‘ScourgeBringer’ Announced for Switch Release in New Trailer

Rogue-Platformer ‘ScourgeBringer’ Announced for Switch Release in New Trailer

Dear Villagers announced that the Flying Oak Games-developed rogue-platformer ScourgeBringer will launch on Nintendo Switch in 2020.

The publisher released a new trailer showing the game running on Switch hardware. This trailer also gives players a preview of the game’s level design and roguelike mechanics.

ScourgeBringer is a rogue-platformer where players take control of Kyhra, an adventurer sent to uncover the secrets of an Eldritch monolith, which threatens to destroy her world. Her arsenal consists of a helpful drone, and the ability to shoot and slash her way through any encounter.

Players will be able to explore an ever-changing dungeon, which is home to huge bosses, mysterious machines, ghosts, and a bunch of secrets that could save the world. However, players aren’t able to backtrack in this game so they’ll have to clear rooms knowing that they can’t return to the previous room to store items. The gameplay is kept fast and action-oriented with enemies made to put player’s skills to the test.

ScourgeBringer is currently available on Steam Early Access and Xbox Game Pass for PC.

In case you missed it, check out our preview for the game’s Early Access release.

You can watch the new Switch trailer for ScourgeBringer below:

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