Iconoclasts Nabs August 2nd Release Date On Switch

One of the more popular Metroidvania games to come out this year has been Iconoclasts, which came to PC and PS4. It’s now on its way to the Nintendo Switch on August 2 via the eShop for $19.99. The game stars Robin, a renegade mechanic, who must uncover the secrets of a dying planet. The game is beautifully drawn and looks like a truly special experience. Check out the PS4 trailer below to get an idea of what to expect next week when it arrives on the Switch!

 

 

Join renegade mechanic Robin and uncover the secrets of a dying planet. Explore a big world filled with intricate puzzles, interesting characters and menacing bosses in a beautiful platform adventure that tells a personal story about faith, purpose and the challenge of helping people.

Robin just wants to be a mechanic and help people, but without a license she’s a sinner in Mother’s eyes. Ever since picking up her wrench, the world has been going nuts and she’s wanted to bolt it back together. Now Penance is raining down on everyone she loves and One Concern agents are after her.

But something big is going on – bigger than droughts of Ivory fuel and personal conflicts – and Robin’s in the thick of it.

• Hours of nut-twisting platform action-adventure

• Numerous densely detailed locations filled with fine-tuned action and puzzles

• 20+ gear-grinding, screen-filling boss battles stand in your way

• Three game-changing difficulty settings supported by a unique tweak system

• A heart-wrenching epic – can one mechanic fix the whole world?

Iconoclasts is the masterwork of indie developer Joakim Sandberg, seven long years in the making. Iconoclasts delivers awesome action, hilarious hijinks and an emotional rollercoaster of deeply personal storytelling.

 

Craig has been covering the video game industry since 1995. His work has been published across a wide spectrum of media sites. He’s currently the Editor-In-Chief of Nintendo Times and contributes to Gaming Age.

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