During Nintendo’s Indie World Showcase yesterday, Binary Haze Interactive announced the release date of Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights.
We leave you to read the press release with all the details, including the new trailer for the game.
As announced during today’s Nintendo Indie World, ENDER LILIES: Quietus of the Knights – metroidvania dark fantasy published by Binary Haze Interactive – will arrive on Nintendo Switch in conjunction with its exit from Steam’s Early Access program. The game will be available for both platforms starting Thursday 22 June.
In addition, Live Wire developers Adglobe Tokyo and Adglobe Montreal Studio will make ENDER LILIES also available on PlayStation 5, taking advantage of backward compatibility with PlayStation 4, starting Tuesday 6 July. More information regarding the Xbox Series X | S and Xbox One versions, however, will only be available in the months to come. All console versions will include the five new areas coming to PC with the update to version 1.0, bringing the total to 8 explorable locations and adding a spectacular ending to the game’s story.
Waking up in a church, young Lily discovers that the villages and forest surrounding her have been overrun by the undead. This is where she begins her journey through Finis, a mysterious Japanese dark-fantasy realm, to put an end to the curse brought by the necropain.
Lily’s adventures will bring you face to face with enemies of all kinds. You will have to defeat challenging bosses, including fearsome mace-wielding monsters and shamans capable of casting powerful magic, to unlock visions from the past. Recruit the spirits of your enemies to create a formidable team of bodyguards and help Lily overcome any obstacle to discover the source of the rain of death that grips Finis and free the world from her curse.
The game’s soundtrack, which includes melancholy tracks composed by Mili, the group behind the music for Ghost in the Shell and Goblin Slayer as well as the hugely popular rythm games Cytus and Deemo, will be available on Spotify and Apple Music, the iTunes stores. and Amazon Music and Steam in 2021.
“Gamers who tried Early Access fell in love with the music and clamored to find out about the ENDER LILIES ending. Hopefully they will be thrilled with the rest of Lily’s journey, ”said Binary Haze Interactive CEO Hiroyuki Kobayashi. “Thanks to the feedback we have received from players, our action-packed gameplay and the fantastic atmosphere that Mili and our artists have contributed to, we are confident that ENDER LILIES will be a hit with both veterans of metroidvania and those new to the genre. for the first time.