Get your cereal and PJs ready, as MythForce is finally out there for us all to enjoy and explore in. This is the Saturday Morning Cartoon themed Roguelike coming from Beamdog and Aspyr for the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Switch, and PC that gives us all that 80s feel in the mix. Think along the lines of playing episodes of He-Man or She-Ra from back in the day and you have a good idea of what you could experience in the mix of MythForce out there. That or you can just check out one more trailer that we have for the game that highlights all of that for us instead.
If you somehow missed out on MythForce before now, we get to team up with a total of four players in a First-Person melee title where we will get to play over nine different "episodes" of the cartoon to try to bring down another ultimate evil. Something that sounds like it could be easy to do, at least if the levels did not keep changing with the same procedural gameplay we should be expecting here. Thankfully, we will be able to unlock perks and weapons along the way that we will get to carry along in MythForce to help out with that while finding new things along the way. You know, in the normal Rougelike way of things out there. Just do a little better each time and make sure you level up your characters to be able to handle any task that is coming.
MythForce — Launch Trailer
Step into a Saturday Morning Cartoon! Adventure through crypts and castles with your friends in this First-person Melee Roguelike.
While I normally do not enjoy Roguelike titles, I fell in love with not only the look of MythForce but also the game when I played the demo a while back. It was a lot of fun even without the full story in the mix of things. I aim to dive in and try to give it all a go to see just how this story will play out in the full way. Even if it does feel like it will be the same story no matter how different the locations might show up to be. Maybe this will be expanded out after the launch of MythForce is successful out there. I guess it is time to dive in and see about helping that be the full case out there so we can have more fun like this in our lives all the time.
Have you been waiting to see MythForce fully out there or did it slip your mind until now? Do you think that nine episodes will be enough for us all or will the changing and shifting levels be more than enough to keep it going out there? Do you think we will see more added to the game later on or will this be a one-and-done kind of thing moving forward? Head into the comment section here to discuss all of this and everything else we have to offer out there. We will give you all that we can for MythForce, so please keep on checking back for all of those updates and everything else out there in the mix too.