Axiom Verge: Multiverse Edition arrives today at game stores across the UK!

Thomas Happ’s award-winning indie metroidvania “gets physical” with a special edition with plenty of extras

Madrid, Spain, January 26th:  At last, after becoming one of the most influential titles in the digital indie scene, Axiom Verge finally arrives in physical format on the Nintendo Switch®, PlayStation® 4 and PS Vita. The Nintendo Wii U version, also previously announced, will be available soon.

The premium Axiom Verge: Multiverse Edition box includes, along with the game in physical format: a 32-page art book full of design sketches, characters and pixel-art mock-ups; a double-sided poster with an illustration and a detailed map of the game world; and an exclusive “making-of” documentary on Blu-ray produced by 2 Player Productions with over five hours of footage.  In addition to the above-mentioned content, the Nintendo Switch version also includes an audio CD with the game´s original soundtrack, consisting of 18 chip-tune tracks.

Along with the Multiverse EditionAxiom Verge will also be available as a standalone edition on PS4 and Nintendo Switch formats, for those users who prefer to get just the physical edition of the game.

Axiom Verge: a world reference in indie development.
The game, developed entirely by Thomas Happ over the course of five years, has garnered all sorts of praise from the press and users alike, as well as numerous awards such as the “Editor’s Choice” on the PlayStation® Blog, and the game of the year mentions by Hardcore Gamer, Giant Bomb, The Game Awards, and others.
After an accident at his lab, Trace wakes up in Sudra, a weird alien world. Unsure if he’s been moved to another planet or to a distant future – or if he’s trapped in an elaborate computer simulation – Trace begins his journey to uncover the secrets of this strange world.

Main features:

  • Wide non-linear exploration of labyrinthic and interconnected areas to explore
  • Dozens of unique tools and skills, weapons, and health enhancement packages, power and attributes to discover
  • Multitudes of unique creatures and final bosses
  • Glitches in the game that allow you to break the barriers of normal gameplay
  • Dedicated Speedrun Mode

Written by: Tom

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