Nobody Saves the World Hits Xbox, PC Later This Month

Drinkbox Studios' new game Nobody Saves the World is a unique action-RPG that lets players take on the role of, well, Nobody, and transform into a host of different, wacky forms. And it's only a couple of weeks away from being released.

The Guacamelee! developers announced that Nobody Saves the World will arrive on Jan. 18 for Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One, Windows, and Steam for $24.99. It will also be available via Xbox Game Pass on both Xbox and PC, so subscribers can hop in on day one to the action, which can be played either solo or in online co-op.

Additionally, Nobody Saves the World's soundtrack by Sword and Sworcery composer Jim Guthrie will be available on Steam and streaming platforms the same day as Nobody launches.

IGN went hands-on with Nobody Saves the World early last year and found it retained Drinkbox's penchant for charming, hilarious writing and world-building while delivering a unique approach to RPG progression in its varied world.

Since then, we've learned a bit more about how players will combine and use the powers of Nobody's many forms, Drinkbox's approach to choosing and building out these forms, and more.

Nobody will also be Drinkbox's first online co-op game, though past games from the studio did have local multiplayer. Co-op will be playable with other players in the same platform ecosystem.

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