If you've been wanting to scratch that roguelite itch, the Noita 1.0 release date is just around the corner. Best of all, this will be the game's biggest update yet!
Noita is a roguelite action platformer — a genre that certainly has a healthy amount of competition. What makes this particular game unique is that every single pixel in the world is simulated. It looks simple at first glance, but the carefully-constructed art reveals a world of surprising depth (and countless challenges). Now, a brand-new update is on the way — and it's going to be positively massive.
Get hyped up for the new content with the Noita 1.0 Release Date Trailer!
What's Coming in Noita 1.0?
Noita 1.0 promises to be a serious game-changer for this pixel-perfect roguelite game. It's already got a great amount of content, but the developers have been hard at work smoothing out the rough edges and putting together plans for some new things.
Here's a quick rundown of what's coming to the game on the Noita 1.0 release date:
- New enemies
- New perks
- New music
- Over 20 spells
- The introduction of Twitch Integration
- Game improvements and bug fixes
- "Other surprises"
- "Perhaps" a new game mode
The developers are hyping this up to be a pretty substantial update, so this short list probably doesn't do the scope of the new content justice. Still, it should give you a good general idea of what to expect when version 1.0 goes live next month.
When is the Noita 1.0 Release Date?
The Noita 1.0 release date will be October 15, 2020, so you won't have to wait too long to explore all of the new content coming to this game.
A word of caution: the game's Steam Store page notes that the price will "probably" increase as the game approaches it's full release. You can buy Noita on Steam right now for $15.99, a 20% discount off of its Steam Early Access price of $19.99. This might be your last best chance to get it at a good discount until the Steam Winter Sale — if you've been thinking about getting Noita, now is the time to buy it.
Will you be buying this game before the Noita 1.0 release date or would you prefer to wait for all of the new content to be available? What do you think of the overall aesthetic of this game? Let us know in the comments below!