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Available May 29 for PC, Switch, PS4, and Xbox One, Moonlighter from indie studio Digital Sun and Frostpunk developers 11 bit studios takes an idea we've seen crop up of late and turn it into one fantastic looking game. That is taking on the role of a top-down action-RPG shopkeeper that spends nights travels to monster-filled locations in search of inventory.

From a pure are and animation perspective this looks, well, great. Where the action itself looks as interesting as fun as the concept.



To celebrate the launch 11 bit studios also posted a cheeky comparison trailer which demonstrates that Moonlighter will look and run exactly the same no matter the platform. Very cool.



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