While Canadian developer Sabotage is already well into working on the coming Sea of Stars prequel for the team’s 2018-released platformer The Messenger, it looks the team is also finishing up on the game for a platform it has yet to arrive to. Specifically, it is Xbox One, at least according to the interpretation of the recently uncovered this week.
In that, users online found the game’s page on the Microsoft Store which shares that The Messenger will arrive to Xbox One on June 25, the release date reads currently.
“As a demon army besieges his village, a young ninja ventures through a cursed world, to deliver a scroll paramount to his clan’s survival. What begins as a classic action platformer soon unravels into an expansive time-traveling adventure full of thrills, surprises, and humor,” the synapse for the game’s read on the store page.
Alongside the content currently available for the base game for other systems you can play The Messenger on, it is assumed Xbox One owners can also indulge in the free ‘Picnic Panic’ update that arrived to the game later in mid 2019.
In other recent Sabotage-centered news, the developer announced to be recruiting Chrono Trigger Composer Yasunori Mitsuda to assist with the score for Sea of Stars. The project is told to properly expand on the inspired source material while still maintaining originality, Mitsuda himself shared. You can read the full report by heading here.
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The Messenger is coming to Xbox One on June 25, 2020; out now for Nintendo Switch, PC, and PlayStation 4.
Source: Microsoft Store