ENDER LILIES: Quietus of the Knights will exit Early Access and launch for Switch and PC via Steam on June 22, followed by PlayStation 4 on July 6, and Xbox Series and Xbox One at a later date, publisher Binary Haze Interactive and developers Live Wire and Adglobe announced.
The Early Access version is currently priced at $19.99 / €19.99 / £15.49, but the price will increase to $24.99 / €24.99 / £21.99 when the full game launches.
All console releases will include the five new areas coming to PC in the version 1.0 update, bringing the total up to eight and unveiling the “dramatic conclusion” to the narrative.
“Early Access users are in love with the soundtrack and have clamored to see the ending of ENDER LILIES,” said Binary Haze Interactive CEO Hiroyuki Kobayashi in a press release. “We hope they will enjoy the rest of Lily’s journey. Between feedback from players, our action-packed gameplay, and the beautiful atmosphere created by Mili’s music and our artists, ENDER LILIES will satisfy existing metroidvania fans while bringing new ones into the fold.”
Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:
Once upon a time, in the Kingdom of End,the Deathly Rain suddenly started to fall, transforming all living things it touched into bloodthirsty corpses.
In an instant, the realm fell into chaos.
The cursed rain never stopped pouring on the remaining ruins…
In the depth of an old forgotten church,
Lily opens her eyes.
ENDER LILIES is a dark fantasy 2D action RPG about unraveling the mysteries of a nation destroyed by a cataclysmic event. The fallen Kingdom of End is a tragic and beautiful world featuring a majestic castle, submerged forests and forbidden underground areas.
On this sorrowful journey, encounter horrific enemies against whom a moment of inattention could be fatal. By releasing foes from their undying curse, you may gain their strength. Overcome the hardships of your journey and uncover the truth with the aid of the fallen knights.
Explore a challenging supernatural world to haunting music by musical group Mili, whose credits include Goblin Slayer opening “Rightfully” and other anime franchises such as Ghost in the Shell.
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