No Heroes Here Receives PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch Release Window

Mad Mimic Interactive reveals when cooperative castle defense game No Heroes Here will release, and announces it will be at PlayStation Experience 2017.

You may recall that back in September, we learned that Mad Mimic Interactive’s 2D castle defense game No Heroes Here received a PC release date, then promptly launched onto the platform shortly thereafter. You may also recall that the game had console release plans, but the developer would say little more than that the game would come sometime early 2018. Well, we now have a little more information on the game’s release date.

Mad Mimic has announced that No Heroes Here will launch onto PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch sometime in Q2 2018. However, if that’s just a little too long for you to wait for some multiplayer castle-defending-goodness, there will actually be a demo of the game available at PlayStation Experience 2017. If you’re planning on being in Anaheim, CA this December 9 and 10, you can try the game out for yourself.

No Heroes Here is currently available on PC for $14.99. It is now expected to release for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 in Q2 2018. For more information on the game, you can visit its official website or its Steam page.

At PAX West 2017, No Heroes Here was named as one of the PAX 10 list, which recognizes the top ten best independent games that were present at the event. The honor takes into account gameplay and an overall fun-factor.

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Jordan Loeffler

Jordan is a Staff Writer at DualShockers, where he covers the latest in indies and collectibles. He has a degree in Creative Writing from University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire. He is currently based out of Portland, OR.

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