However there is a demo on the Epic Retailer.
No Straight Roads, the flamboyant music-based action-adventure from Closing Fantasy 15 lead sport designer Wan Hazmer, will now come to Swap, PC, PS4, and Xbox One on 25th August.
No Straight Roads is the work of Hazmer’s studio Metronomik, the place it has been in improvement for round three years, and was initially set to launch tomorrow, 30th June on all platforms.
Hazmer initially introduced a delay for No Straight Roads in a video posted to Fb final month, citing issues arising from the worldwide coronavirus pandemic – however no new launch date was supplied on the time. At the moment’s revised August launch announcement comes alongside the information that PC gamers can alleviate the wait considerably through a brand new demo now out there on the Epic Video games Retailer (the place it seems to be a PC unique).
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In case you’re unfamiliar with No Straight Roads, it is a form of rhythmic, music-driven action-platformer, and it options two playable characters within the type of indie rock band members Mayday & Zuke. Every has their very own distinctive weapons and assaults that they will have to deploy so as to stage a musical revolution towards the evil EDM empire No Straight Roads.
Eurogamer’s Martin Robinson was impressed with Metronomik’s effort when he took an early look final 12 months, describing it as “intoxicating combine” of inspirations, that was “half Psychonauts, half Jet Set Radio, half House Channel 5”.