The UK/Singapore-based indie games publisher Ysbryd Games and Brazil-based indie games developer Glitch Factory Games, today announced that their story-driven action-RPG “No Place for Bravery” is coming to PC and the Nintendo Switch in Q3 2022.
Previously announced for Q4 2021, “No Place for Bravery” will now benefit from additional care and craftsmanship to fully realize the developer’s vision of a timeless dark fable about the thin line between heroism and obsession.
Brave the land of Dewr, a devastated high-fantasy world full of bandits, murderers, and fearsome bosses.
Master demanding combat with well-timed slashes, blocks, and parries. Dewr won’t give you an inch.
Take up the sword, shield, and guilt of Thorn, an ex-soldier burdened by sin on a quest to save his family.
Search for Leaf, Thorn’s long-lost daughter, and uncover the truth of her disappearance.
After a lifetime of battle and misery, Thorn prepares to lay down his sword for good—until receiving a new lead on his missing daughter Leaf. Venture forth, berserker, into an unforgiving, breathtaking world where a single misstep could cut Thorn’s story short.
Dash around danger with split-second timing or adjust difficulty settings to enjoy the tale and save the challenge for another day. No matter the path Thorn walks, discover a stirring, somber soundtrack and detailed pixel art evoking an age of giants and myth.
For more, join the Discord servers for developer Glitch Factory and publisher Ysbryd Games, visit the No Place For Bravery website, follow Glitch Factory on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and keep up with Ysbryd Games on the official website and Twitter.
About Ysbryd Games
Publisher Ysbryd Games delivers games with stories that have the heart and soul to stay with players for a lifetime, underlined by captivating gameplay and striking aesthetics.
About Glitch Factory Games
Making games in the heart of Brazil since 2012, Glitch Factory’s founders dreamed of working in games, but finding few opportunities in their home country, they started their own company. Working both with clients and on their own titles, Glitch Factory operates with a horizontal structure where everyone has a voice in the decision-making process.
Jonas “O.J” Ek
The Gaming Ground
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