Capes has a confirmed release date of May 29th

Capes announcement

The turn based superhero game Capes, developed by Spitfire Interactive and published by Daedalic Entertainment, will be released on May 29th. Capes was originally slated to be released in 2023, but was delayed. To confirm the release date, a new trailer has been released showing gameplay that echoes the likes of Marvel’s Midnight Suns and XCOM.

In the world of Capes, the supervillains beat the superheroes, Twenty years after this victory, the streets of King City are not safe for the superpowered, with anyone suspected of having powers taken off of the streets. However, there are some that resist under the leadership of Doctrine. In Capes, players will recruit heroes to fight back against the oppression in King City and liberate it from the clutches of the villains. There is a mixture of story campaign missions to move the plot along, and smaller optional Patrol Missions where you can hone and learn the abilities of your characters.

A Capes King City Edition has been confirmed alongside the standard version of the game. Those who purchase the King City Edition will get access to 24 wallpapers, 8 alternate hero appearances, and a 54 page artbook. The full features of the game have been listed below.

  • Be Mighty: Play as a team of heroic protectors, each with unique skills and powers. Master each hero and unleash their devastating ultimate abilities!
  • Assemble Your Team: Combat isn’t based on raw strength. Choose your heroes wisely and combine their individual superpowers to create powerful combo attacks!
  • Level Up: Complete challenging missions and side-quests to gain XP and unlock your heroes’ potential with new abilities and powerful upgrades!
  • Defeat Evil: Face down vile villains, criminal corporate henchmen, and powerful bosses. Do you have what it takes to free your city from the clutches of villainy!?

Capes will be available on PC, Switch, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One.

Source: Press Release

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