Pixel art Metroidvania game The Skylia Prophecy coming to PS4, Xbox One, and Switch on April 23

Currently available for PC.

The Skylia Prophecy

Publisher and developer 7 Raven Studios, and developer Ezekiel Rage will release pixel art Metroidvania game The Skylia Prophecy for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch on April 23, the companies announced. Nintendo eShop and Microsoft pre-orders will begin on April 16.

The Skylia Prophecy first launched for PC via Steam in November 2020.


The Skylia Prophecy is a story-driven, side-scrolling action RPG set in a medieval fantasy world with more than a dozen locations. Lead Mirenia in a quest to vanquish the evil she unleashed and upgrade her with a level and magic system.

The Skylia Prophecy features three difficulty levels, multi-language, and vibration support. Battle hordes of monsters as you fight against powerful bosses in ancient dungeons and solve exploration-based riddles.

Key Features

  • Story-driven, side-scrolling action RPG set in a medieval fantasy world.
  • Upgrade Mirenia with a level and magic system.
  • Over a dozen different locations.
  • Beautiful pixel art.
  • Story-driven exploration.
  • Atmospheric music.
  • Challenging and complex boss battles.
  • Three different difficulty settings.
  • Enabled vibration.
  • Multiple languages.

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