Frogun Release Date Promises a Ribbeting Time This Summer

Frogun, a 3D platformer that uses a frog as a gun, now has a release date.

Published: July 6, 2022 9:22 AM /



Frogun, a 3D platformer that uses a frog as a gun, is coming to to PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One & Series X/S, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5 on August 2, 2022. That means the Frogun release date is less than a month from now, which should be exciting for plans of nostalgic 3D platformers. For those who don't know, the player is a little girl named Renata and her sidekick is her best friend, the frog that's a gun. That sounds pretty weird, but 3D platformers are supposed to be a little weird. Let's take a look at it, shall we?

Why should I be excited about the Frogun release date?

At the start of the game, Renata is left at base camp by her explorer parents and mysteriously disappear. Renata then sets out on a rescue mission with their latest invention: Frogun, an intelligent frog-shaped grappling tool. Players will play through dozens of levels that range from jungle ruins, snow caps, lava swamps, and more while hunting for treasure, fighting enemies, and dodging hazards.

Because 3D platformer fans are raging collectaholics, a 100% completion will unlock the expert time trials mode, which will provide a set of pro times to beat for each level. Speed runners will probably enjoy beating these times and setting new ones of their own in the future, but we'll have to see about that, eh?

While playing through the game, there's also unlockable secrets, collectables, and in-game achievements to find. Coins found in-game can be traded in for unlockable cosmetics and concept art.

Want to see Frogun in action? Check out the Frogun release date trailer below!

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