Gamers looking forward to playing No Straight Roads can finally do so come August 25, 2020. The title, from publisher Sold Out and developer Metronomik, will be launching for the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system, the Xbox One family of devices, including Xbox One X, Nintendo Switch, and PC via the Epic Games Store.
According to the press release, No Straight Roads will be available digitally on all platforms, and physically on PS4 and Xbox One, including a special Collector’s Edition packed with exclusive collectible items. The physical Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Collector’s Edition versions will follow shortly after.
I’m definitely looking forward to playing this game. I love the colors and the rhythm-infused action-adventure gameplay it promises.
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If you want to experience a playable demo, you can download it right now from the Epic Games Store. A mini-OST containing a selection of tracks from the game’s soundtrack is also available to download and stream from digital music stores and music streaming services.
“As a huge thank you to our loyal fans who have waited for No Straight Roads, we’ve made a playable demo available today which will give everyone an idea of what to expect with our beloved game,” said Daim Dziauddin, creative director of No Straight Roads and co-founder of Metronomik. “We can’t wait for players to experience the full game very soon.”
Directed by Wan Hazmer, lead game designer of Final Fantasy XV, and Daim Dziauddin, concept artist of Street Fighter V, No Straight Roads is “an action-adventure game that mashes together rhythm-infused combat with a vibrant offbeat world and a killer soundtrack.”
No Straight Roads is available to pre-order now on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via the Epic Games Store.
For more information about Sold Out, do consider visiting the official website.
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