Deck-building roguelite Neoverse now available for Switch, coming to PS4 in February

Embark on an adventure to save the living realms.

Neoverse

Publisher NeoBricks and developer Tino Gamez have released “strategic, action, roguelite, deck building game” Neoverse for Switch via the Nintendo eShop for $24.00 / £17.49 / €19.49. A PlayStation 4 version will follow in February.

Neoverse first launched for PC via Steam in February 2020, followed by Xbox One via the Microsoft Store in December 2020.

Here is an overview of the game, via NeoBricks:

About

Neoverse is a time warping multiverse game consisting of thrilling adventures that are packed with exciting challenges. Combining roguelite, deck-building and strategy gameplay together, Neoverse puts your skills to the test. Embark on an adventure with a cast of unique heroes to save the living realms.

Key Features

  • Be the Savior of Neoverse
    • Create your own Strategy with 300 cards and over 100 skills.
    • Choose from three Charismatic Heroes, each with their own unique abilities and specialties.
    • Over 70 types of Monsters to battle, each with their own skills, techniques and fighting styles.
    • Multiple skill Combinations for each Hero. Play your way.
    • Play for fun and adventure or take on challenging levels for more hardcore players.
  • Start Your Journey Across Time and Space
    • Every adventure is different! Customize your experience with new cards each time you play.
    • Your future destinations will depend on every decision you make.
    • The future and beyond are legendary tales yet to be told!
  • An Endless Gaming Experience
    • Strategy customization is your key to saving the Neoverse.
    • Weave your talent tree and create your own skill combination.
    • Switch between gear options to master the game.

Watch the Switch version launch trailer below.

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