Nobody Saves the World: Microsoft Store demo leaked

The Game Awards Festival will take place shortly, and for the occasion, players from all over the world will be able to try lots of demo previews of new games: in fact, it seems that a demo of a title has been leaked on the Microsoft Store. that could appear in the festival, namely Nobody Saves the World

The Game Awards Festival is now an annual tradition, confirmed also for this year, thanks to which players from all over the world can try demo of titles coming out in preview. Among all the titles confirmed for this year’s edition, it seems that some have not yet been confirmed: it is perhaps also the case of Nobody Saves the World, the new title of DrinkBox Studios (former authors of the famous Guacamelee!), of which a demo was recently leaked on the Microsoft Store whose release coincides with the start of the festival.

Nobody Saves the World: Everything We Know About the Microsoft Store Demo

The demo page on the Microsoft Store is very clear about it, and therefore leaves little room for interpretation: the game is referred to as “Nobody Saves the World – TGA21Demo”, and it will be playable on Xbox One e Xbox Series X|S starting from 3 December 2021, a date that could very well coincide with that of the start of The Game Awards Festival. There isn’t much other meaningful information on the page, except i PC version requirements they will be with 1GB of RAM for the minimum and 2GB of RAM for the recommended.

For those not in the know, Nobody Saves the World is a procedurally generated dungeon crawler in which we will take the shoes of Nobody which will take different forms to defeat the Calamity. As players complete missions and level up, they will be able to unlock new forms and skills, with the possibility of combine and mix them together. This will lead to interesting matches in coop mode, at least based on what was shown in the latest game trailer.

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