Grab that second controller and start planning the party — we are super-excited to say that Nidhogg 2 is launching August 15th, with pre-orders beginning July 18th.
You may have noticed that Nidhogg 2 looks ever-so-slightly different from its predecessor. It’s the number one thing that people ask about, so Kristy and I wanted to give you the story behind Nidhogg 2’s art direction.
Great news for players of Nidhogg, the stabby multiplayer sword fighting game you love to play at parties and on lunch breaks… we are making Nidhogg 2! Swords, throwing knives, bow and arrows, giant axes, and head stomps! Beautiful new levels to explore and exploit! Electronic soundscapes to get stuck in your head and amp you up as you battle your friends and foe! We are launching Nidhogg 2 on PS4 in 2017, so get ready to make some frenemies with your boss, or start a war with your roommate!
Today is the day, friends! Nidhogg is out on PS4, Vita, and Playstation TV! If you haven’t played it already, its a crazy fun two-player fencing-fighting game great for parties and awesome for online and offline play at home. The launch price is $14.99, and for PS Plus members, it’s on sale for $11.99 until October 28th.
We are super stoked to announce that Nidhogg is coming to PS Vita, and it will be released simultaneously with the PS4 version! It will be cross-buy, so if you grab one you’ll get both the PS4 and PS Vita versions. How dope is that?!
Supergiant’s Greg Kasavin talks PS4 stunner Transistor (out May 20th) and new interviews for indie standouts Nidhogg and Rogue Legacy headline this week’s indie-powered show. Plus: new North American game releases for May 6th 2014, listener letters and more.
Hello PlayStation fans! We held an awesome event at our offices yesterday, and in case you missed some of our new game announcements I wanted to round them up for you below. Also note that all of these titles will be making their console debut on PlayStation platforms.
Hello blogizens, we at Messhof are super excited to announce that Nidhogg is coming to PS4! The game has always been best played with gamepads, so we’re pumped to be working with Sony on our newest release of Nidhogg.
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