Rusted Moss Headed to PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and Switch in Spring 2024 - NewsWilliam D'Angelo , posted on 17 November 2023 / 2,229 Views
Publisher Playism and developers faxdoc, happysquared, and sunnydaze have announced the Metroidvania game, Rusted Moss, will launch for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch in Spring 2024. At the same time a major update will release.
The game first released for PC via Steam on April 12.
"We’ve been working hard on the major (and final) content update of Rusted Moss," said the developers. "While Rusted Moss will not have a sequel, it sometimes feels like this major content update might as well be one! And as you can see, we probably enjoyed making this update a little too much and will need more time to add in and polish all these new features. On the plus side, this also coincides with some exciting news, that being the console release! Thank you all for your patience and support!"
View the console announcement trailer below:
Read details on the game below:
The major content update is currently in the works. In our previous roadmap announcement, we’ve revealed that the content update would be released early to mid Q4 2023, but due to development and porting adjustments, we are pushing the major content update back and releasing it on Steam alongside the console release next year. We sincerely apologize to those who have been waiting for the final major update, and we kindly ask for your patience.
What you can expect from the major update:
- Two new areas to explore
- Seven to eight hours of additional content
- Over 300 new rooms
- Boss Rush Mode
- Maya Mode – Play through the game as Maya after you beat it the first time. Speedrun mode rules apply so there are no new dialogue or endings, but you’ll be introduced to some new nifty ways to play.
The console versions of the game coming next year will include the major content update for PC and all other updates released to date.
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