Shing! launches August 28 for PS4, Switch, and PC

Side-scrolling arcade action game gets a release date.

Shing!

Side-scrolling arcade action game Shing! will launch for PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC, Mac, and Linux via Steam on August 28, developer Mass Creation announced. A release date for the Xbox One version was not announced.

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

About

Experience the most exciting and immersive beat-em-up combat system ever—become a kickass ninja and slice some demons in style! Join a band of wisecracking warriors in a bloody adventure through the land of mythical monsters and mysterious machines.

Key Features

  • Play Solo or With Friends – Four-player local and online co-op.
  • Experience Immersive and Intuitive Controls – Right analog stick controls your weapon giving you instant access to extensive moveset.
  • Enjoy Gameplay that Never Gets Old – Master the multilayered combat, overcome clever enemies and face epic bosses.
  • Experiment with a Freestyle Combat System – Mix and match combos, switch characters on the fly and turn enemy abilities against them.

Witness the glory of beat-em-up 2.0!

Watch a new developer diary below. View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.

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