WayForward and 13AM Games Team Up to Release Dawn of the Monsters, a Giant-Monster Action Game

WayForward and Developer 13AM Games have entered into a partnership to publish their upcoming giant-monster action game, Dawn of the Monsters.

According to the agreement these 2 companies have, 13AM Games will lead this title’s development while WayForward will impart creative support and handle digital publishing, distribution, and marketing in Europe and North America.

Dawn of the Monsters is a co-op beat ’em up with an original cast of giant monsters (alternatively known as Kaiju). It is currently planned for release on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PC, and Nintendo Switch in late 2021.

WayForward owner, Voldi Way, dubbed the “Tyrannical Overlord,” had this to say regarding the partnership:

“From the moment we laid eyes on Dawn of the Monsters, we knew it had the potential to be something special. 13AM Games is a phenomenal developer that has been a great collaborative partner in the past, and we are very excited to help them bring this unique vision to life.”

13AM Games CEO Alex Rushdy had this to say regarding the partnership:

“I’ve been a WayForward fan ever since I first got my hands on Godzilla: Domination! on the GBA, and my passion for the work they do has only grown since then. So it’s not only very exciting but also very fitting that we are partnering up for Dawn of the Monsters. For many of us, this partnership is a dream come true! This is our biggest game to date, and we’re really happy to have WayForward in our corner. Since they are traditionally a developer, they really understand all the process that goes into making a game, which has made the working relationship smooth and fruitful. We can’t wait to share our work on Dawn of the Monsters; we’re really pushing a bold, new, visceral vision of what a co-op 2D action game can be.”

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