Playtonic Friends and development partner Fabraz have announced the debut release of 3D platformer Demon Turf.
Taking on the role of Beebz, a 1000-year-old demon, in Demon Turf you must reclaim numerous turfs of the Demon world, defeat the Demon King, and claim the throne.
Revealed during today’s ID@Xbox showcase event, the game features a 2D/3D art style, and a focus on replayability and ever-evolving challenge.
Every week, the team at Fabraz will introduce a brand new demo of the game on Steam. Except it’s not a demo in the usual sense. Called Demon Turf Trials, it will throw down a new challenge with a fresh leader board for you to climb.
If you make it to the top of the board, you will be immortalized with a personal portrait in the main game and a winners-only, limited edition t-shirt.
Trials also offers a full tutorial and two complete main levels of the full game, all free to play.
Beyond the weekly Demon Turf Trials the full game will also boast:
- Self-placed checkpoints – Show off without them for a perfect run, or place one in preparation for a challenging section. You can even teleport between these checkpoints if you missed a collectible along the way.
- Return Levels – a brand new take on progression, take a victory lap, and explore previously beaten levels to discover their liberated state, with plenty of mechanical and environmental changes to uncover.
- Physics-driven combat – How do you defeat the demon hordes when none of your own attacks are actually lethal? Develop a special physics-driven combat system that ramps up the chaos and fun. Push, pull and spin your enemies out of your way, down cliffs, or into spikes.
- Plenty of side content – 50 specific locations/characters to line the walls of an empty gallery. Fend of 25 arena challenges worth of enemy waves. Tackle 10 Demon Soccer Golf courses that put a bizarre twist on ball-pushing puzzles. Collect 8 cartridges to unlock remixed throwback levels from glorious 3D platformers of the past
Demon Turf will release on PC (Steam and Epic Games Store), Nintendo Switch, and Xbox Series S/X in Summer 2021.