Streets of Rogue Goes Physical on Nintendo Switch This July

Streets of Rogue Physical Switch

Super Rare Games, tinyBuild, and Matt Dabrowski have announced the physical release of Streets of Rogue on the Nintendo Switch. Fans of the game and physical edition collectors can mark their calendars for July 11th, when this unique edition will be available for purchase.

Streets of Rogue offers an exhilarating blend of rogue-lite mechanics and immersive sim elements, all set in a procedurally generated city. Described as a fusion of Nuclear Throne and Deus Ex with the chaos of GTA, the game delivers an unpredictable and wildly entertaining experience. Players can expect to fight, sneak, and hack their way through cities that feel alive with complex AI-driven denizens going about their daily lives.

The game’s setting is a bustling, functioning city rather than a traditional dungeon. Here, players must complete specific mission goals using their character’s unique traits, items, and environmental interactions. The variety of playable characters allows for diverse gameplay strategies, ensuring that no two runs are ever the same.

Check out the original Launch Trailer for Streets of Rogue below:

Gameplay Highlights:

  • Procedurally Generated Cities: Each playthrough is unique, with cities that change every time you start a new game. This ensures endless replayability and keeps players on their toes.
  • Complex AI: The game’s inhabitants live their own lives, adding depth and unpredictability to the gameplay. They react dynamically to the player’s actions, making each interaction significant.
  • Varied Play Styles: The game caters to multiple play styles, allowing players to choose from an array of characters with distinct abilities and traits.

Will you take on the role of a soldier, wielding brute force and heavy firepower to blast through obstacles? Perhaps you’d prefer the subtle approach of a stealthy doctor, using chloroform and tranquilizer darts to neutralize enemies quietly. Or maybe the idea of playing as a gorilla, liberating fellow primates to form a mobilized guerilla army, appeals to your sense of adventure and chaos.

The physical edition of Streets of Rogue for the Nintendo Switch will ship only 4000 units worldwide. With its limited nature, it is expected to be sold out soon so if you want to add it to your collection, you should act quickly to secure your copy. This release not only celebrates the game’s innovative approach to the rogue-lite genre but also highlights the dedication of Super Rare Games to bringing beloved indie titles to physical formats.

Streets of Rogue Physical Switch

Whether you’re a longtime fan or new to the game, Streets of Rogue on the Nintendo Switch promises a fresh and engaging experience. Don’t miss the chance to own this exclusive physical edition and dive into the anarchic fun and strategic depth that “Streets of Rogue” has to offer on July 11, 2024. The game will be available via the official Super Rare Games store which will be live once the sale goes live.

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