If you’ve been eager for a physical release of Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Night on Nintendo Switch, then your patience has paid off.
Publisher Clear River Games is handling the physical edition for Ender Lilies, with the game set to launch on January 11th, 2024 in Europe. It won’t come with any fancy bits and bobs, but you will have a reversible cover sleeve if the standard design isn’t quite to your fancy.
We reviewed Ender Lilies back in 2021 and awarded the game a score of 9/10, calling it “one of the strongest Metroidvanias of 2021, and easily one of the best examples of the genre on Switch”. It boasts gorgeous visuals and a stunning soundtrack, but we did also note that the difficult might be a bit much for some.
- Lead a contrasting cast of characters: a young woman joins forces with cursed knights
- Explore the vast kingdom of Land’s End and discover all its secrets
- Attack, evade, dash, and aim for victory
- Read opponents’ attacks to survive intense battles against former friends gone mad
- Acquire melee, ranged, magic, and other skills by recruiting defeated foes
- Mix and match abilities and equip hidden relics to suit your playstyle
- Take in fantastic landscapes and animations drawn in a beautiful dark fantasy style
- Immerse yourself in an atmospheric soundtrack from musical group Mili
- Uncover the mysteries of the remaining ruins and the Rain of Death in a violent world
- Determine how the story ends through your actions
- Find beauty in despair
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Will you be grabbing a physical copy of Ender Lilies in the new year? Did you download it back in 2021? Give us your thoughts in the comments section below.
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