Ysbryd Games and Glitch Factory have pushed back the release window for No Place For Bravery on Nintendo Switch.
Originally scheduled for release in Q4 2021, the story-driven action RPG “will now benefit from additional care and craftsmanship to fully realize the developer’s vision of a timeless dark fable about the thin line between heroism and obsession.”
No Place For Bravery “explores the lengths a parent would go to find their child in a wartorn world, in which Thorn, an old soldier dedicated to the advancement of his people, sets out to expel the nightmares that plague him.
After discovering that his long-lost daughter Leaf still lives, Thorn sets out with his disabled foster son Phid to find her – enduring a painful quest that will force him to confront the decisions that he made in his past.
With an equal emphasis placed on narrative and action, the game’s combat encounters have been created around fast-paced movement mixed with swift strikes and tactical parries.
As you explore the world of Dewr, you will earn upgrades from “significant encounters” rather than levelling up and increasing stat numbers.
No Place For Bravery will release on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch worldwide in Q3 2022.