Last year, Mad Mimic Interactive announced that their 2D castle defense game No Heroes Here would be available for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch sometime in Q2 2018. Well, PlayStation shared a gameplay trailer on Friday announcing that the game will launch for PlayStation 4 on Tuesday.
No Heroes Here was originally released for PC last October via Steam. It was also named one of The Pax 10 at the Pax West 2017 Event held in Seattle, Washington, which recognizes the best indie games based on the quality of gameplay and overall fun.
The game is a pixelated, hectic co-op for one to four players that finds you in the kingdom of Noobland which was once the mightiest kingdom in the world, but mysterious evil forces have cut its glory days short. With terror and chaos reigning, it’s up to you to protect the kingdom and its castles from doom.
With more than fifty unique levels, you’ll work to remain organized and in control as you work to prepare for battle, craft ammunition, and defend castles from twelve different enemy types as you journey through the realm. You can either play locally or online with friends and can even join online matches with other players around the world.
You can check out the trailer below. No Heroes Here will be available for PlayStation 4 on May 29th, but it is currently available for PC through Steam.