Are you PlayStation 4 fans looking for a new dungeon crawler to play with your friends? Well, look no further! Cococucumber has recently announced that their newest title, Riverbond, will also be released on PS4 sometime in 2018. It will be playable on PlayStation 4 for the first time during PlayStation Experience 2017 in Anaheim, California through December 8-10.
Riverbond is 1-4 player voxel, hash and slash adventure that is fun for the entire family. The citizens of Riverbond need your help to annihilate the adorable, yet villainous, creatures from their lands. In order to do so, you must explore the richness of the land to find new weapons, fight cruel bosses, and uncover treasures and secrets galore. There is much to be discovered in this “brisk and heroic campaign,” and now PC and console owners alike can join in the fun.
According to co-founder and art director, Vanessa Chia, they are super excited for the game’s release:
With a gorgeous isometric voxel art style, explosive combat and awesome real-time physics,
Riverbond will be a standout action-adventure game for PlayStation 4. This is a family-friendly game for players of all ages, so make a date with your friends or kids and play Riverbond in couch co-op mode for
chaotic and fun times.
Riverbond was originally set to release sometime in 2017 but has obviously been pushed back. However, the title gathered some much-deserved attention at E3 2017 after it was featured in Xbox’s conference. The Toronto-based development studio developing Riverbond is responsible for other popular titles, like Planet of the Eyes and Bunny Bonker. While there has not been an official release date announced or an official price point, this adorable adventure is one to keep on your radar, for sure.
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