Roguelite ‘Zengeon’ Gets Switch Release Date Set for this September

PQube announced that the IndieLeague Studio-developed roguelite action RPG Zengeon will launch on Nintendo Switch on September 25, with a PlayStation 4 and Xbox One release scheduled for later this year. Currently, the game is available on PC-via Steam.

Zengeon has players go on a quest to uncover the story of the game by collecting Memory Fragments in levels that change each time you visit them. The game features random enemies, power-ups, bosses, puzzles. Additionally, there are solo and online multiplayer modes. The art style is meant to reimagine ancient Chinese culture in an overly stylish way. Players are able to explore different levels, dimensions, and arenas that borrow inspiration from the culture.

Zengeon introduced six-character who are students of the Celestial College. Each character plays differently, so players are able to choose which works best for them. The game’s roguelite systems mean that if you die, you lose everything except for Memory Fragments. The power-ups in the game give players the ability to summon minions and utilize elements abilities that can also be used to heal.

There’s also a physical release available on Switch, with Funstock sending out an exclusive Rice Digital art cad set to those who order through them.

We’ll keep you updated on the game’s upcoming PS4 and Xbox One release.


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