THYMESIA BRINGS PORTABLE PLAGUE-RIDDEN COMBAT TO THE NINTENDO SWITCH
Launching on 18th August in line with the PC, PlayStation®5, and Xbox Series X|S versions, OverBorder Studio’s debut title brings fast paced punishing combat to the Nintendo Switch via Cloud Streaming
Friday, 12th August 2022 – Team17 and OverBorder Studio have today announced punishing action RPG Thymesia will be launching on the Nintendo Switch™ on 18th August alongside the previously announced PC, PlayStation®5, and Xbox Series X|S versions. Available on Nintendo Switch via Cloud Streaming, Thymesia follows the mysterious masked Corvus as he attempts to save the once thriving kingdom of Hermes from the bloodthirsty and plague-ridden enemies that litter the streets.
Combining fast paced combat with an intricate plague weapon system, Thymesia allows players to customise several aspects of their build, from chaining longer combos to altering the dodge mechanic, and widening the defect window, players can take on the unforgiving enemies in a way that best suits their playstyle.
About OverBorder Studio
Made up of a group of seven gaming enthusiasts with game development experience from various studios, and located in Taiwan, OverBorder Studio is currently working on their combat-focused debut title Thymesia, launching 18th August.
About Team17 Digital
Founded in 1990, Team17 Digital is a leading developer, video games label, and creative partner for developers around the world. Part of Team17 Group plc, which floated on AIM in 2018, Team17 Digital has an extensive portfolio comprised of over 120 titles, and fully encapsulates the spirit of independent games. Team17 Digital’s portfolio of multi-award-winning and award-nominated in-house brands include Hell Let Loose, Golf With Your Friends, The Escapists, and the iconic Worms franchise, alongside its games label partner titles, including the award-winning games Blasphemous, Greak: Memories of Azur, and Overcooked! franchise. Visit www.team17.com for more information.
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