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Nobody Saves the World Out on Switch, PS4, and PS5

Independent developer Drinkbox Studios today released Nobody Saves the World on Nintendo Switch, PS4, and PS5. Today also brings an update adding local co-op support and Japanese language support.

As a new take on the action RPG genre, Nobody Saves the World, allows players to transform a featureless nobody into various entities. Whether it be a slug, a ghost, or a dragon, players will find themselves completing quests and exploring a vast overworld.

More than 15 different and distinct forms are available. Abilities can be mixed and match for unexpected gameplay. In the end can Nobody stop the The Calamity and save the world?

With the game’s release on PlayStation and Switch the game is receiving an update adding local co-op support to all platforms. To add an additional player in local co-op, just connect a second controller and press a button to join. Full Japanese language support has been added to the game with Drinkbox Studios sending a huge thank you shout-out to Kakehashi Games for their help in preparing the Japanese release.

Nobody Saves the World is now available on Nintendo Switch from the Nintendo Store and on PS4 and PS5 from the PlayStation Store for $24.99. A limited 10% launch discount is available to celebrate the new releases. Previously released on January 18, of this year, the game is also available on Windows PC through Humble Bundle and Steam for $24.99. In addition the game is available on the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S for $24.99 from Microsoft and is a part of the Xbox Game Pass on Xbox platforms, Cloud, and Windows 10. Visit for more information.

Nobody Saves the World – Now on Switch, PlayStation, Xbox, PC | Drinkbox Studios

Drinkbox Studios (@DrinkBoxStudios Twitter) is an independent video game developer. Based in Toronto, Canada, the 2008 founded developer is best known for the award winning Guacamelee! series. The studio’s portfolio also includes the 2016 iPad Game of the Year Severed, Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack, and Nobody Saves the World.

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