Biped for PS4 launches April 8

Cooperative puzzle platformer gets console release date.

Biped

The PlayStation 4 version of Biped will launch on April 8, publisher META Publishing and developer NExT Studios announced.

The cooperative puzzle platformer first launched for PC via Steam on March 27. A Switch version is also planned for release in Q2 2020.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

About

Two little bipedal robots, Aku and Sila, will walk side by side and embark on a fun and bonding journey.

Biped is a brain-twisting puzzle platformer designed to bond players in moment-to-moment collaboration. While playable solo, Biped‘s unique control scheme and intricate puzzles make it a perfect couch co-op experience for all ages.

Key Features

  • Master Innovative and Simple Controls – You control the robot’s two legs using two sticks or left and right mouse buttons. This allows you to perform various moves—from simple walking and sliding to more advanced actions, like operating machinery or cutting wood.
  • Conquer Two-Player Co-Op – Enjoy the adventure solo or grab a friend or a family member and have a blast together in co-op mode. Communicate and coordinate to conquer challenges together and find out how good a pair you truly are.
  • Explore Fun Environments – Your adventure will take you to many beautiful and mysterious location on the planet. Explore secrets in forests, valleys, waterfalls and icy mountains and find your way through the puzzling paths that lead to the planetary beacons.
  • Pair Your Looks – Collect treasures and buy a goofy hats! Dress up your biped the way you like. Better yet, match your partner’s look and become the most dazzling adventurers in this epic quest.

Watch the console release date trailer below.

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