Streets of Rogue Announced for Xbox One and Nintendo Switch

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Today during a special Nintendo Switch focused livestream event, tinyBuild Games announced that they’d be bringing Streets of Rogue to the Switch, but after the event, it was also confirmed to be coming to Xbox One.

If you’re not familiar with the title, it’s a rogue-lite that drops players into a procedurally generated city that’s always changing, making it so that even after you accumulate hours upon hours of gameplay, you’ll still always find something new to discover.

You can play as an ever-growing list of characters with their own unique abilities. Gameplay revolves around your characters different traits, you can either be a killing machine, a pacifist, or something totally in-between. There’s also an insane amount of items in the game like shrink rays, guns, bear traps, food processors, and a whole lot more that’ll make for some wild experiences. The title also features four-player online co-op as well as local cooperative game modes.

As of right now, the game is only available in Early Access on PC and Mac via Steam. Streets of Rogue will be coming to Xbox One and Nintendo Switch sometime later this year and will cost you $14.99. You can check out the new trailer for the game down below.

If you missed out on any other announcements from the tinyBuild livestream, the publisher also announced they’d be bringing The Final Station, Party Hard, Hello Neighbor, Punch Cluband ClusterTruck to the Switch this year.

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