Action adventure platformer Golden Force announced for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC

Due out in Q4 2020.

Golden Force

Publishers PixelHeart and Just For Games, and developer Storybird Studio have announced Golden Force, an action adventure platformer due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC Via Steam in Q4 2020.

In addition to a digital release, physical editions will be available in Europe via the PixelHeart store. Here are the details:

Standard Edition

Limited Edition (limited to 2,000 copies per platform)

Mercenary Edition (limited to 2,000 copies per platform)

Here is an overview of the game, via PixelHeart:


The King of Demons set his sights on Muscle Island, a paradisaical and peaceful place where it’s good to live. This evil person settled his army and persecutes the population with the help of his generals.

Wasting their last coins in the taverns of the island, mercenaries from the dreadful Golden Force enjoy their last moments of vacation when they receive a new contract: beat down this new evil ruler and recover the mountain of gold in his possession.

When there is gold and a promise of great battles, you can count on the Golden Force to save your butt!

Key Features

  • Four worlds full of challenge.
  • Old school difficulty (but not so frustrating).
  • Two-player cooperative mode.
  • Four playable characters.
  • Fearful bosses.
  • Tons of secrets and hidden challenges for hardcore gamers.

Watch the announcement trailer below.

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