Cellar Door’s Rogue Legacy chopping onto Nintendo Switch next month

Cellar Door's Rogue Legacy chopping onto Nintendo Switch next month screenshot

Rogue Legacy, the addictive “rogue-lite” journey from Canadian developer Cellar Door Games, is ready to convey its loot, monsters and plenty of, many grotesque demises to Nintendo Switch in November.

Already to be had on more than one platforms, Rogue Legacy is an action-platformer with a wholesome daubing of unfashionable aesthetics, wherein gamers information a chain of courageous knights (some affected with more than a few attributes that shake up their playstyle) via a procedurally-generated map, chopping down ghosts and goblins, tackling large bosses and bagging themselves a lot of equipment and loot.

With each and every loss of life, gamers take the next hero within the bloodline into the similar citadel, now wiser, more difficult and a little bit extra cautious of the risks that lie forward. Receiving prime reward from critics and fanatics alike, Rogue Legacy is a wonderful sport, and will likely be best for hand held play when out at the street, or simply at the bathroom lavatory.

You can take a look at a prior release trailer under. Rogue Legacy is to be had now on PC, PS4, Xbox One and PS Vita, and is coming to Nintendo eShop on November 6, with a bargain for the ones choosing up the sport ahead of November 25

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