New local co-op game launches for multiple platforms


Before online multiplayer became standard for console games, couch co-op was pretty much a standard feature of many titles. While it has become less common over time, some games continue to keep local co-op alive.

One of these titles surprised by being released on multiple platforms. The new rhythm-based dungeon crawler soundfall is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S. Players can download it now on Steam and the PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo digital stores.

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Developed by small studio Drastic Games, the new stealth dungeon crawler game was released yesterday, May 11th. Players take on the role of the Guardians of Harmony, who are musicians summoned to defend the world of Symphonia from the corrupting forces of Discord. Described by its developers as a hybrid of dungeon crawler and marauder shooter, players can unlock hundreds of items as they fight. Soundfall’s colorful isometric environments. While players have the option to venture out alone, Soundfall also supports 2-4 players locally and online co-op. While co-op is unfortunately not cross-platform, it is cross-gen on PlayStation and Xbox.


However, the main feature of the game is Soundfall’s rhythm-based gameplay. Players need to synchronize their movements with the beat of the soundtrack to unleash more powerful attacks. When paired with Soundfall’s colorful art design, this makes for quite an impressive display of audiovisual spectacle. The songs featured are a mix of licensed music and original compositions. PC users can also import their own music into the game, allowing them to battle along to their favorite beats. Unfortunately, this feature is not available for console gamers and there is no information if the developers plan to implement it at a later date.


The game has had an extremely positive reception so far. soundfall It has a very positive rating on Steam, with over 90% of users recommending the game, although it still doesn’t have enough professional reviews for a Metacritic score. Still, who played soundfall praised the game’s music and combat. A minority of Steam users expressed frustration with importing music from Soundfall’s PC version, criticizing its reliance on third-party apps. However, most players didn’t seem to consider this a deal-breaking issue.

who wants to take soundfall You can also buy it at a discount for a limited time. The game usually retails for $29.99, but the publisher is celebrating Soundfall’s launch with a small 15% discount on all platforms. As a result, PC, PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch players can pick up the new rhythm-based dungeon crawler for $25.49 through May 18.


soundfall is now available for PC, PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.

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