Hellpoint for Switch launches February 25

Physical edition follows a day later.

Hellpoint

The Switch version of science-fiction action RPG Hellpoint will launch digitally on February 25 and physically on February 26 alongside the PlayStation 4 physical edition for $34.99 / €34.99 / £29.99, publisher tinyBuild and developer Cradle Games announced. It will include all post-release features and improvements released so far.

Hellpoint first launched for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, Mac, and Linux via Steam in July 2020. PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series versions are planned for release in 2021.

Here is an overview of the game, via tinyBuild:

  • Souls-Like Gameplay in a Unique Setting – Explore the derelict space station of Irid Novo and face bizarre enemies with a tight and unforgiving combat system.
  • Occult Space Story – Blending science and fantasy, the intensely atmospheric dark sci-fi setting will keep you searching for answers.
  • Dynamic World – The Quantic System acts as a dungeon master, slightly transforming the game world every time you die and triggering events as the station revolves around the black hole.
  • Jump-In Cooperative and Player-versus-Player multiplayerHellpoint offers a full, uninterrupted online co-op story experience with shared loot drops.

Watch a new trailer below.

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