In an exciting announcement during the Xbox Booth @ gamescom show, Thunderful, Coatsink, and Noname Studios have revealed that their innovative 2D adventure platformer, “Worldless,” is set to launch on October 4th. Originally slated for Xbox and PC, the game will now also make its debut on PlayStation and Nintendo Switch on the same date. Gamers can add “Worldless” to their Steam wishlist now. “Worldless” invites players to immerse themselves in a captivating and abstract world, where a distinctive turn-based action combat system demands a balance of strategy and precision.
The inclusion of an intricate skill tree adds depth to the combat mechanics, encouraging players to explore new dimensions and uncover the game’s well-guarded secrets. The themes of growth and understanding are artfully mirrored within the game’s mechanics. Set in an undefined realm, “Worldless” introduces players to opposing entities with distinct objectives. Half of these entities embrace their virtuous nature, while the other half seeks to exchange it for their own demise. This clash of motivations thrusts players into a conflict-driven narrative, where battles for transcendence become a focal point of the experience.
Drenched in an evocative atmosphere, “Worldless” beckons players to unravel intricate secrets in its meticulously designed environments. The game’s finesse-driven action encourages players to uncover hidden treasures while engaging with a fluid combat system. As players traverse the game’s world, they absorb enemies and evolve through a skill tree that continually unveils new possibilities.
David Sanchez, a developer behind “Worldless,” shared insights into the game’s enigmatic nature. He stated, “Worldless is a game that’s intentionally full of mystery and that leaves lots open to interpretation, but we hope players have gotten a feel for what the full game will offer with the new release trailer. I can’t wait for players to get their hands on it on October 4th and discover our unique combat system and atmospheric world for themselves.”