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2D Action RPG Unsouled Coming to PC, Xbox, & Switch This Spring

A screenshot of Unsouled depicting a pixelated cliff where a white haired figure stands while looking down at an expansive forest beneath.

MeGusta Game and NEOWIZ have announced that their upcoming 2D action RPG Unsouled will release in full (it released into Steam Early Access last November) for PC, Xbox and Nintendo Switch during Spring this year. The announcement came by way of the New Game+ Expo, a live stream showcasing upcoming games from various publishers, including industry luminaries Spike Chunsoft, NIS America, and Idea Factory. Check out a trailer for Unsouled below!

Unsouled puts players in the role of Maras, a prince whose kingdom has come under siege from vicious undead creatures. Maras will journey through different biomes of the kingdom itself in pursuit of the reasons why the kingdom has fallen. In this journey, players will come against a variety of life-seeking foes whom they must dispatch in frenetic, bloody combat. Upon defeat, enemies will drop souls which form the backbone of the upgrade system within the game. Players can use those souls to heal after any battle, upgrade the combat capabilities of Maras himself, as well as affect the environment to gain access to new areas.

If players are curious about Unsouled, it is currently in Early Access on Steam and Xbox Games Preview for PC. Personally, I’m all for more indie RPGs exposing different playstyles and aesthetics to the wider world and it looks like the tale of Prince Maras could be one worth keeping an eye on as we head further into 2022.

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Trent Argirov

Trent Argirov

Trent is a news editor for RPGFan. If not writing news or lending a voice to the odd podcast, he can be seen, in the Australian wild, drinking copious amounts of iced coffee, working on various manuscripts, and keeping the occasional wandering cat company. His video game backlog stretches far and wide, and sources swear he's slowly working on it, one day at a time.

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