Songbringer To Hit Xbox One In September

Today, Wizard Fu has announced that Songbringer will be released on Xbox One on 1st September 2017.

The game (described as a “procedural action RPG”) was funded on Kickstarter back in May 2015, with a beta version made available on Steam back in February 2016. It carries a pretty clear Zelda inspiration with it and features a procedurally generated world – players enter a number at the beginning of the game which will generate a world that is unique to that number, meaning that you can provide the number to a friend so that they can have the same experience as you. It also means millions of possible worlds are available.

The game will also feature weapons and combat, puzzles, item collecting and crafting in a colourful 8-bit world. Oh, and it’s being made by one man. Yes, you read that right. One man. One.

This game sounds really interesting – we’ll be keeping a close eye on it from here on out. Check out the trailer above – it’s certainly caught our attention.

Will you be picking up Songbringer? Are you a fan of 8 bit style adventures? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: Dualshockers

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