A new role-playing game is coming out this year, which is about football (what rules). football history is an open-world game with turn-based combat and real-time soccer matches. Best of all, you’ll be able to purchase it in Game Pass once it’s released.
You will solve puzzles in the world and fight monsters with a magic soccer ball. Although the ball seems powerful, you also need to improve your personal stats of speed, shot, energy and power. In the main story, an evil corporation appeared and banned soccer all over the world. As the savior of soccer, you must revive the sport from medieval times. The storyline lasts over 15 hours, but you can continue playing with up to 3 other friends in local multiplayer.
Despite the worldwide football ban, it wouldn’t be a football game if you couldn’t play in real time. But developers aren’t content to conform to the constraints of reality or social decency. You can wipe out sharks, ninjas, elders and toddlers in soccer games. You can even use your magic soccer ball to play related sports Steam page does not yet make clear what they are.
My favorite part of the trailer is football history‘s colorful pixel art style which reminds me of the older one Pokemon Games on the GBA. But many fans around the world are just enthralled with the premise of a soccer RPG. Europeans are joking Whine that it is Soccer and not football, and half of the fans
Indie sports RPGs seem to be having a moment. football history was made by a different studio than the developers of golf history, but there are definitely similarities in the pixel art style and ball-based puzzle gameplay. Maybe other studios will make basketball or baseball RPGs in the near future.
There is no specific release date yet, but you can sign up for that Steam Beta on your website. The game will be released on PC, PlayStation, Game Pass, Nintendo Switch and Stadia.