Published On: Wed, Mar 18th, 2020

Q-Games’ PixelJunk Eden 2 Mixes Grooves And Green Fingers On Switch This Summer


Q-Games has announced around a latest Nintendo Indie Direct Showcase that it is bringing a supplement to PixelJunk Eden to Switch this year. The predictably (and sensibly) named PixelJunk Eden 2 is scheduled for recover this summer and it’s good to see Q-Games and studio conduct Dylan Cuthbert, maestro of a Star Fox franchise, behind on Nintendo’s complement following 2018’s PixelJunk Monsters 2.

This new diversion sees we determining a quadruped famous as a Grimp on a goal to save your pals by journeying by levels that beget formed on your actions, all in time to distilled tunes from Japanese initial house/techno musician Baiyon. Here’s a clip, as posted by Nintendo to Twitter:

As good as a all-encompassing solo experience, a diversion will come with 2-player internal co-op, too. Here are a few some-more sum from Nintendo’s diversion page:

– Artistic character devising inlet and plant life, as visualised by a upsurge of ink using opposite a piece of paper
– Ingenious stages generated in real-time formed on actor action; in all 10 gardens (stages), any with 5 variations
– Unique movement knowledge innate from a harmony of grooving techno/house sound and stylistic visuals
– 24 forms of Grimps with opposite features. Individual Grimp characteristics change a gameplay
– 40 kinds of Spices are accessible to raise a poise of Grimps

The strange diversion was a genuine feeling attack so it’s sparkling to see a supplement entrance to Switch. No word on cost or an accurate recover date usually yet, though summer’s usually a handful of months away.

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