Super Cloudbuilt launches July 25 for PS4 and PC, July 28 for Xbox One

PlayStation 4 pre-orders going live soon and include demo.

Super Cloudbuilt

Super Cloudbuilt will launch for PlayStation 4 and PC on July 25, and Xbox One on July 28, publisher Double Eleven and developer Coilworks announced.

Pre-orders will go live on the PlayStation Store soon, and include access to a demo which includes the tutorial, three levels from the game, and a “Playground” practice area.

Here’s an overview of the game, via Double Eleven:

Originally launched on PC in 2014 as Cloudbuilt, Coilworks and Double Eleven have fully remastered the experience, from enhancements to base mechanics to the stunning visuals throughout the game’s futuristic setting.

Super Cloudbuilt challenges players to guide Demi, a young soldier who awakens in a stretch of overgrown ruins, through stages demanding split-second platforming precision and a steady hand with Demi’s blaster above a bottomless void. Demi learns more about her new surroundings as players hurtle their way through this world toward one of the game’s multiple endings.

Between its Story, Ranked and Rush modes, alternate visual styles, and a total of 177 distinct challenges, Super Cloudbuilt offers a wealth of content for players to chase incredible clear times in, whether they’re keen on improving their own records or topping those of their leaderboard rivals.

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