ScourgeBringer leaves early access and arrives on Xbox Game Pass and Switch today

The Post-Apocalyptic Pixel Art, Rogue-like, Metroidvania, Procedurally Generated Bullet Hell, Platformer finally decides to stop dipping it’s toe into every indie game pie there is and leave early access today.

Flying Oak Games’ speedy action title, often compared to the love child of Dead Cells and Celeste, has been in early access since February dazzling players with its crisp visuals, heavy metal soundtrack, and controls so tight they could be used as a bedroom aide for David Carradine… allegedly.

With ScourgeBringer launching directly onto Microsoft’s subscription-based games library, PC and Xbox players who are signed up for Game Pass will be able to play the game free of charge. Switch users and non-members of the Game Pass family will, however, have to fork over £14.24 / $16.99 for the privilege.

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