Demon Turf to be released on November 4th; latest trailer

Playtonic Friends have just announced that Demon Turf, the 2D/3D platformer by Fabraz, will be released on November 4th on Nintendo Switch, in Europe and North America. It will cost 21.99€ / £19.99 / $24.99 at launch.

To celebrate the announcement, they shared a brand new trailer for the game:

And here’s some details and the list of key features:

Demon Turf brings a truly fresh take on the platform genre with it’s hybrid 2D/3D art style, a world chock-full of humor and style, punky attitude and incredible focus on replayability & ever-evolving challenge. Taking the role of Beebz, a 1000 year old demon, players must reclaim the numerous turfs of the Demon world, defeat the Demon King and claim the throne for herself.

Demon Turf is a unique offering with it’s community & replayability at the very core of it’s development.

  • Self placed checkpoints – Show off without them for a perfect run, or place one in preparation for a challenging section. You can even teleport between these checkpoints if you missed a collectable along the way!
  • Return Levels – a brand new take on progression, take a victory lap and explore previously beaten levels to discover their liberated state, with plenty of mechanical and environmental changes to uncover
  • Physics driven combat – How do you defeat the demon hordes when none of your own attacks are actually lethal?A special physics-driven combat system that ramps up the chaos and fun. Push, pull and spin your enemies out of your way and down cliffs or into spikes.
  • Mouth Watering amount of side content – 50 specific locations/characters to line the walls of an empty gallery. Fend of 25 arena challenges worth of enemy waves. Tackle 10 Demon Soccer Golf courses that put a bizarre twist on ball-pushing puzzles. Collect 8 cartridges to unlock remixed throwback levels from glorious 3D platformers of the past

Demon Turf (Switch – eShop) comes out on November 4th in Europe and North America.

Source: Playtonic Games PR



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