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Moonlighter releases a Super Official Platform Comparison Trailer

11 Bit Studios releases the all important and not at all ironic platform comparision trailer for its upcoming pixel art game Moonlighter

Moonlighter, an upcoming release from 11Bit Studios and Digital Sun where you play as a shopkeeper who dungeon crawls to replenish your wares has released a, “super serious and one hundred percent definitive,” trailer comparing the game on its various release platforms. Check out the trailer and the release below.



May 15, 2018 –  11 bit studios and Digital Sun are ecstatic to reveal the super serious and one hundred percent definitive Moonlighter ‘Super Official Platforms Comparison’ Trailer. Highlighting all the big differences between the ‘PC Master Race’ version and consoles, viewers will experience nothing short of shock and awe when they see it for themselves. In this Action-RPG game about Will, an ambitious shopkeeper by day and an adventurer by night, every little detail, from hair rendering to realistic water effects, will blow your mind. See it in all its stunning graphical realism now! (TL;DR Moonlighter look fantastic across all systems, and its pixel animation is deliciously charming!)

After you’ve been convinced that all those differences are vitally important, you can go to and Humble Store to pre-order the game. For PS4 owners the pre-order is launching today as well. Moonlighter will land on Xbox One, PS4, and PC on May 29th and the Nintendo Switch version is planned for Q3 2018.

Having seen the game at PAX East, I was intrigued by the unique plot and motivation, and I’m looking forward to checking this out when it releases.



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