Too Kind Games has announced that they’re bringing their latest release to consoles. Called Pankapu, it’s a metroidvania title wherein you play as a warrior trying to eradicate evil from dreams. Console players won’t have to wait long to get their hands on the class-based platformer, as it launches September 20 on PlayStation 4.
You can watch a short teaser trailer below:
Pankapu was originally released as an episodic title. However, when Pankapu releases on PlayStation 4 this September it will include the game’s second episode, The Last Aegis, making this the complete version of the platformer.
Here’s how developer Too Kind Games describes the upcoming release:
Pankapu is a colorful action platformer in which you can transform freely from Warrior to Archer or Mage. Switch wisely between your three Aegis and master them in order to fulfill your destiny and defeat Gangreyn, the Prince of Nightmares.
After the release of its Prologue in September 2016, Pankapu is back with its last opus: The Last Aegis. The full game will be released on consoles and Steam in September 2017 with a new Aegis to switch to: the Mage. Release date and more info to be unveiled at the booth.
Key features include:
- Action / Platformer in 2D, told like a tale.
- Two parallel stories, between dreams and reality.
- Three Aegis, acting like jobs, switchable in real time
- Infuse your weapons with the power of dreams.
- Poetic soundtrack composed by Ganaé and Hiroki Kikuta (Secret Of Mana).
You can also watch this trailer for Pankapu’s first episode below:
Pankapu will release on the PlayStation 4 on September 20.