Drinkbox Studios has announced that Nobody Saves the World local co-op will be available on April 14, the same day that the game will be arriving on PS5 and PS4. At the time of this writing, Nobody Saves the World enjoys a overall “Very Positive” rating on Steam with 92% user approval. It was originally released for PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X about three months ago on January 18.
What to expect from the PlayStation release for Nobody Saves the World
Graham Smith, producer for Drinkbox Studios, wishes to continue the momentum that the game has received, according to a press release:
It’s been great to see the game being received so positively by our existing fans as well as new players. We’ve been around for 14 years now, and Nobody Saves the World has quickly become one of our most successful games.
The announcement of Nobody Saves The World local co-op and April 14 release date for PS5, PS4, and Switch comes off the heels of its recent success:
[W]e’re really happy that the game has found an audience and hope that even more people will be able to enjoy it now that it’s arriving on PlayStation and Switch.
For local co-op on Switch, players can put the game in Tabletop Mode that will allow each player to use a Joy-Con. Local co-op on PlayStation consoles will be better than that, allowing cross-gen co-op multiplayer between PS5 and PS4.
Where Switch players can get Nobody Saves the World at a 10 per cent discount if they pre-order the game before April 14, PlayStation players will instead get a free upgrade from PS4 to PS5 so you can get both versions at the same time.
In other news, a showcase for the PSVR 2 headset may be arriving soon as Sony has sent out promotional emails, and Sony has confirmed that Bloodhunt is coming to PS5 with exclusive features.