Nobody Saves The World is the next game from Guacamelee! developer Drinkbox

Drinkbox Studios, the developer behind the Guacamelee! series and Severed, has announced its next game, and this time the studio is making an action RPG. The game is called Nobody Saves The World, and it is coming to PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. Nobody Saves The World will be available on Game Pass too.


Ian Campbell, Lead Designer on Nobody Saves the World, said:

“Nobody Saves the World is full of everything we love about Action-RPGs, and none of the stuff we hate. Gobs of forms and abilities, dozens of dungeons, hundreds of quests, tons of character customization – and no grinding! It’s packed with the Drinkbox charm you know and love… OH and also, you can play as a Horse!”

Players will take on the role of the character called Nobody who stumbles upon a magic wand. That is convenient since the world is in danger, and magic will be the key to saving it. As Nobody learns how to wield the wand they learn different forms, such as an archer, a mouse, or a horse, to tackle the various quests that the game will have. Nobody Saves The World’s features include:

  1. QUESTING, NOT GRINDING: Player progression and new abilities are obtained exclusively by completing quests, not by defeating monsters. Quests range from “Complete a Dungeon”, to “Poison Baddies”, to “Cheer up a fellow rabbit-lover.”
  2. QUESTS UNLOCK NEW FORMS: Level up and unlock new Forms by completing quests. Each new Form has specific strengths and weaknesses and new abilities to experiment with.
  3. COMBINE ABILITIES: Customize your Forms by equipping abilities from other Forms: Mix and Match abilities in fun and unexpected ways!
  4. EVOLVING DUNGEONS: As you become stronger, procedurally generated dungeons will increase in difficulty and complexity to keep you on your toes!

Nobody Saves The World is expected to launch soon.

Source: Press Release

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  1. No PS version? Don’t tell me Microsoft own Drinkbox as well… :(

  2. I love the studio and have made everything they’ve made in the last 10 years . . . on PlayStation. Often exclusive to PlayStation, actually. I guess I could play this on PC, but without trophies. :(

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