Orangepixel bringing Heroes of Loot 2 to Switch next week

Heroes of Loot 2 Switch

Dungeon-crawling title Heroes of Loot 2 will release on Switch next week on February 7, as confirmed by developer Orangepixel. With a focus on procedural generation and smooth, action-packed gameplay, Heroes of Loot 2 has appeared on multiple platforms over the past few years. Youc an read up on the game below.

A castle with skulls, demons, minotaurs, bats, magic, bombo’s, cyclops, and loot.. did we mention loot? This game has loot! and four heroes which you control at once!

After their job, of keeping the dungeons in balance, was done, our heroes needed a new job. Roaming the lands they found a call for heroes, a castle in need, possible even a damsel in distress?

Take control of all four heroes at once, using their special skills to navigate the dangerous castle hallways, rooms and floors. Switching between the Elf, Wizard, Warrior and Valkyrie when needed to solve quests, puzzles, and of course destroy a lot of demons and skulls.

Key Features

  • Quests – The dungeon is full of problems, let’s call them quests. These problems range from simple “find a key” to “use magic powers to light all magic candles and open the magical gate”. Different types of quests require different solutions.
  • Weapons – The four characters are your main weapons. The Elf shoots his arrows through multiple monsters, the Wizard has unlimited magic, the Warrior has a powerful melee attack with his hammer, and the Valkyrie besides having a quick spinning-melee attack can also detect secrets and important loot.
  • Secrets – Find secret rooms, level-skipping teleports, secret items, and more!

If you want to try out Heroes of Loot 2 on Switch, you can preorder it on the eShop now for $8.99. If you wait until after the release period, you’ll have to pay the full $9.99.

Are you interested in Heroes of Loot 2? Have you played the game before on any of its previous systems? Let us know in the comment section below.

Nick Pearson
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