The Wild at Heart for PS4, Switch launches November 16

Available both physically and digitally.

The Wild at Heart

The PlayStation 4 and Switch versions of The Wild at Heart will launch both physically and digitally on November 16, publisher Humble Games and developer Moonlight Kid announced.

The Wild at Heart first launched for Xbox Series, Xbox One, and PC via Steam and the Humble Store on May 20.

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

About

A mysterious hidden realm. Two precocious kids fleeing hardship. Magical creatures and an oddball order of guardians who have lost their way. A stygian evil imprisoned. Welcome to the Deep Woods.

Key Features

  • Amass your Horde – Collect and deploy a swarm of quirky Spritelings; small magical creatures for you to command. Break stuff, collect loot, fight enemies, build new paths, and more!
  • Explore – A unique and sequestered world rich with centuries full of lore. Woods, caves, coastline, ancient shrines… The Deep Woods is full of puzzles to be solved and secrets waiting to be uncovered.
  • Collect and Craft – Gather rare resources like magical crystals, scrap, electrical components and more to build new structures, items, and upgrades!
  • Battle – Take on precarious wildlife and supernatural foes with the unique abilities of your Spriteling swarm and your trusty vacuum, the Gustbuster!
  • Nightfall – “The dark is bad!” A common saying among the denizens of the Deep Woods, and for good reason. Malevolent beings lurk in the shadows here and you may just find yourself wanting to stay near a campfire light until sunrise.

Watch a new trailer below.

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