The Zelda-like tunic is available on Xbox consoles and PC and is coming to Xbox Game Pass. A launch trailer celebrates the release and this good news.
Tunic, the tribute game to Zelda and other 16-bit era productions, is finally coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S and PC. And surprise is also the adventure dreamed up by Canadian Andrew Shouldice available to all Xbox Game Pass subscribers.
A surprise launch of the Microsoft service
Tunic was unveiled at E3 2018, but after a lot of hard work, developer Andrew Shouldice is finally able to take a breather.
A few years ago we introduced Tunic on stage at E3 2018 during the Xbox conference. It was a big moment for us as publishers and for Andrew Shouldice, who was playing the roles of game designer, developer, level designer, artist, animator, and tester for Tunic at the time.
In the almost four years that followed, Tunic grew amazingly. The development team and the game itself have grown, and thousands of new fans have shared their excitement with us. Today we invite you to discover Tunic and its mysteries on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox Game Pass.
said Harris Foster, senior community manager at Finji, who publishes the game. In 2015, while working at Silverback Productions, Andrew Shouldice left everything to pursue a quasi-solo title. And it has obviously paid off, as the tests have been positive so far. The proof is with us, it’s a jewel.
But the best thing is still to give your opinion by buying the game. It costs $29.99 on the Microsoft Store and $27.99 on Steam… and it is therefore available in the Xbox Game Pass.
Tunic: a sweet but difficult adventure
In Tunic you play a very brave fox who has to face not so obvious bosses and survive environmental traps in an action-adventure game in isometric 3D view. Death will be part of the experience.
Stranded in a world in chaos and armed only with your curiosity, you will face colossal creatures, collect objects as strange as they are powerful, and unravel mysteries forgotten since the dawn of time.
Armed with a simple sword, the little beast’s strength comes primarily from your ability to master chain slashes, parries, and dodges by controlling the timing of those actions. However, you still have bombs and upgrades available. The title also includes an instruction manual full of tips that will help you find secrets, identify enemies … The pages of this guide are scattered throughout the world of Tunic, so it is necessary to obtain them.
Tunic was released on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PC and Xbox Game Pass.
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