Epic adventure 'A Knight's Quest' brings old-school action adventuring to PC and consoles this Fall

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Epic adventure 'A Knight's Quest' brings old-school action adventuring to PC and consoles this Fall

Postby ccgr » Tue Sep 10, 2019 6:09 pm

Epic adventure 'A Knight's Quest' brings old-school action adventuring to PC and consoles this Fall



Toronto-based Sky 9 Games and Curve Digital unveil stunning Unreal Engine-powered adventure

London, England, September 10, 2019 - Funny, fresh and genuinely breathtaking, A Knight's Quest is a thoroughly modern take on classic adventures of old, as players will discover when it bursts onto PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch this Fall, priced £19.99 / €24.99 / $24.99.

Dispatching enemies with a stylish thrust of the sword, rail-grinding across huge chasms high above tumbling waterfalls, wall-running over perilous traps or solving puzzles by controlling the elements – it's all in a day's work for Rusty, videogaming's newest hero who'll be making his debut in A Knight's Quest, an epic adventure heading to PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch this Fall.

Daring, debonair, and just a little bit daft, Rusty is a kind-hearted, but clumsy adventurer who accidentally starts a chain of events which threaten to destroy his world. In order to right his wrong, he'll need to solve mind-bending conundrums, fight challenging enemies, defeat huge bosses and platform his way through a fantastic open world in this lavish take on classic action adventure games.

Our hero begins his adventure with just a trusty sword and basic shield, but he'll soon unlock 'Spirit Powers' – spectacular abilities which have the power to transform not only himself, but also the world around him. At the tap of a button, he can harness the powers of Fire, Ice and Time to devastating effect, using them to conquer enemies in battle or solve environmental challenges.

And what environments. The game takes place in the kingdom of Regalia, but Rusty's adventure will take him to the desert town of Zameris, high over the ice-laden Peaky Peaks and into the Cursed Swamp, among many others. Along the way, he'll encounter a colourful cast of memorable characters which bring the world vividly to life.

Of course, not everyone is friendly. From General Windpipe to The Watcher and many more besides, peril is never too far away. And on top of the standard bone-bashing foot soldiers, grunts and minions, at key moments in the game, players will need to tackle screen-filling bosses in spectacular set pieces.

Despite its 30-hour play time, A Knight's Quest never feels bloated. Many modern adventure games introduce all kinds of additional systems – ones which can often become fussy when players expect finesse. But A Knight's Quest is an action adventure pure and simple. Combat is fast and fluid, and platforming a dream, with Rusty's repertoire of acrobatic moves effortless to pull off. Playing the hero has never felt so rewarding.

A Knight's Quest has been developed by Sky 9 Games, a brand new Toronto-based studio, with support from Runcorn-based d3t, who have previously worked on the Shenmue remasters, among many others.

About Curve Digital
Curve Digital is one of the leading publishers of games on PC and consoles. Since 2013, the company has been working with some of the world's best game developers to help bring their games to the broadest possible global audience; from indie hits like Dear Esther to the likes of the multi-million-selling Human: Fall Flat. In 2017 Curve Digital was recognised by the celebrated Develop Industry Excellence Awards as 'Publishing Hero' and crowned the 'Indie Games Publisher of the Year' at the 2018 MCV Awards. Most recently Curve Digital has been shortlisted for 'Community Management of the Year' and 'Indie Games Publisher of the Year' at the 2019 MCV Awards.

For more information, please visit: www.curve-digital.com

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