Zelda-like A Knight's Quest Coming to PC and Consoles This Fall

Published: Tuesday, September 10, 2019 - 17:20 | By: Patrick Perrault
Developer
Sky 9 Games
Publisher
Curve Digital
Release Date
October 10, 2019
Monetization
One Time Purchase
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Embark On A New Quest

Today, Sky-9 Games and Curve Digital announced A Knight's Quest, a Zelda-like Action-Adventure title which releases on PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch this Fall for $24.99.

Playing as Rusty, players will be able to wield a sword, rail-grind across chasms, wall-run over traps, and solve puzzles by controlling the elements. Players will have to save the world, which needs saving through a series of events accidentally initiated by Rusty. To do so, he'll have to fight, solve puzzles, and defeat huge bosses while platforming through an open world.

 
 

The open-world features a myriad of environments in the Kingdom of Regalia, including the desert village of Zemeris, the Cursed Swamp, and the icy Peaky Peaks. While players are on this journey, they will meet an interesting and quirky cast of characters that will help bring the world to life.

Boasting a 30-hour playtime, A Knight's Quest will feature a lot of growth for Rusty. He starts off with a regular sword and shield, but eventually, he'll unlock his 'Spirit Powers', which will allow players to transform Rusty and the world around him.  Players will harness the powers of Time, Ice, and Fire, which will be used to defeat enemies and environmental challenges alike.

A Knight's Quest will release on PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch this Fall for $24.99.

 


 

Quick Take:

This looks neat. While the game doesn't seem like anything groundbreaking, a competently-made title that gets back to the basics is always welcome. The trailer is quite good, and while I have never really been a Zelda fan (the amount of time I've played the Zelda series is less than 10 hours), for some reason I'm kind of looking forward to this. We'll see.

What do you think of this announcement? Are you game for another Zelda-like adventure title? Let us know in the comments!


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