Intragames have announced that Bookbound Brigade will be releasing on Nintendo Switch, PS4 and PC later this year. The game will also be playable at Gamescom this August. Bookbound Brigade is about creating a team of real and fictional characters on a 2D side-scrolling adventure.
We have the official announcement and trailer for Bookbound Brigade below.
Introducing the Bookbound Brigade – A Literal Library of Literary Legends
Play Digital Tales’ 2D side-scrolling platform adventure at Gamescom ahead of its launch later this year on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and PC
July 29, 2019 – Seoul, Korea/… Today, publisher Intragames Co. Ltd announced that it is publishing Bookbound Brigade, a new take on the established Metroidvania genre from indie developer Digital Tales. The game will be released later this year on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and PC, and will be playable at Gamescom, Cologne, August 20th to 22nd.
Bookbound Brigade is about beating the hell out of historical and literary characters you studied in school by leading a dream team of real and fictional heroes through a 2D side-scrolling platform-adventure. It will take the likes of Dracula, King Arthur, Queen Victoria, Nikola Tesla, Cassandra, Dorothy Gale, Sun Wukong the Monkey King and Robin Hood to assemble and avenge a world plunged into chaos following the theft of the ‘Book of Books’, a volume encompassing every single work of fiction and non-fiction ever written.
– Explore, fight, backtrack, grow your skills and tackle challenging quests and puzzles, as in any Metroidvania game worthy of its name, but get ready for a twist…
– There is no single hero in Bookbound Brigade: you play as a party of unique characters, each with their own traits and skills, who move in formation and fight as one.
– All the characters, both playing and non-playing, are drawn from the pages of history and literature, so expect to meet some familiar and less familiar faces!
– The distinctive hand-drawn visuals, inspired by book illustration from all time, stray far from the pixel art dominating the Metroidvania genre.
Source: Intragames PR
This post was written by Mike Scorpio