PC, PS4, Switch, Xbox One

Matt Thorson rose to prominence at the scene when he released the interesting archery-based multiplayer name Towerfall In 2013; Noel Barry, on the other hand, is notorious for creating Skytorn. At 2016, these programmers announced that they were partnering to launch Celeste, a tough 2D platformer. This past year, the programmers revealed that Celeste would be publishing on Nintendo Switch in January along with the game on other platforms. Now we finally have a launch date: January 25.

This information came as a portion of now’s Nintendo Direct Mini along with a plethora of other release date statements. Unfortunately, founder Noel Barry later confirmed on Twitter which Celeste won’t be hitting on Xbox One until January 26, one day after another versions of the game.

While the game is usually pretty tough, Help Mode enables players to tweak the game’s difficulty to their liking by doing things like making things happen in the game at a much slower pace or giving the player complete invincibility in another extreme.

For those who don’t know, Celeste is a 2D platformer  centered on the trails and tribulations of scaling a hill. The game is set to contain over 600 unique levels which will test players’ abilities and may take inspiration from several other favorite 2D platformers.

You may check out a few brand new screenshots and artworks for the Nintendo Switch variant of the game under. Celeste will release on PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch on January 25, 2018

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