Undungeon Travels To a New Pixel Art Dimension on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 Sept. 29

Undungeon, an interdimensional time-hopping action RPG by developer Laughing Machines and publisher tinyBuild, expands its universe to Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022, in addition to the previously released PC and Xbox versions.

A catastrophic collision of seven Earths leads to The Shift, an incomprehensible mess of multiple dimensions tangled together. Only the Herald, a customizable almighty hero created by God, can restore the timeline by finding the keys to mend the blended worlds, now guarded by twisted dimension keepers and their respective inhabitants.

Begin the treacherous mission to activate seven multidimensional piers shrouded in unknown conflict. Scour the land for friendly creatures to gain valuable intel. Upgrade the Herald’s core with powerup and stat abilities to boost their offense and defense. Improve human organs like the eyes, brain, spleen, skin, and more, all of which are imbued with special effects.

Gather priceless resources to increase skills and create an almighty armor. Combine organs, gear, and the Herald’s core to stay one step ahead of unsettling threats. Conquer enemies with powerful melee and ranged attacks in intense real-time battles. Strategically heal, converse with companions, create throwable weapons, and attack using critical or damage-over-time assaults to become the hero who saves the seven Earths.

Undungeon comes to Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022, for USD $19.99. It will support English and Russian languages. For more information, visit Undungeon’s official website and tinyBuild’s official website, check out the official Undungeon Facebook page, and follow @Undungeon and @tinyBuild on Twitter.

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