Fall of Light: Darkest Edition launches August 14 for Xbox One, August 21 for PS4, and August 23 for Switch

PlayStation 4 physical edition launches in September.

Fall of Light: Darkest Edition

Fall of Light: Darkest Edition will launch digitally for Xbox One on August 14, PlayStation 4 in North America on August 21 and Europe on August 22, and Switch on August 23, publisher Digerati and developer RuneHeads announced.

A PlayStation 4 limited edition physical version of Fall of Light: Darkest Edition will also be distributed by Eastasiasoft via Play-Asia.com in September. Release date, pricing, and other information will be announced soon.

Fall of Light first launched for PC via Steam in September 2017. The console-exclusive Darkest Edition featuers all of the original content, as well as a brand new dungeon with new enemies, traps, and weapons.

Here is an overview of the game, via Digerati:

About

Fall of Light is a story-driven action RPG set within a world consumed by darkness. You are Nyx, an old warrior who has embarked on a dangerous journey with his daughter, Aether, an ‘indigo child’ who radiates luminescence. Only together will they be strong enough to complete their quest: reach the last place on Earth still touched by sunlight.

Key Features

  • 20 different battle stances: get ready to face hordes of shadowy enemies!
  • 10 weapon classes: pick your favorite combo of close-range weapons, crossbows, and shields.
  • All-new dungeon: complete with new enemies and dangers, exclusive to the Darkest Edition.
  • Protect Aether: her light pierces the darkness and you are stronger together, so keep her safe!
  • Unlock hidden secrets: learn more about the history and lore of Nyx’s world.
  • Platinum Trophy and 1000G Achievements available respectively for PS4 and Xbox One versions.
  • Supports the following languages: French, Italian, German, Spanish, Russian, Portuguese-Brazil, Simplified Chinese, and Hungarian.

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