Celeste creator Matt Thorson has provided an update on the popular indie platformer's upcoming DLC, due early this year.
New "very hard" levels are coming to platformer Celeste early next year.
Microsoft has announced January's Xbox Live Games with Gold titles.
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Celeste, the latest game from TowerFall Ascension designer Matt Thorson, will release on Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC, on January 25th.
Celeste is a narrative-driven, single-player adventure, described as a "super-tight, hand-crafted platformer". It casts you as protagonist Madeline, and sends you climbing upward, through 600 single-screen stages, toward the summit of the mysterious, titular mountain.
Celeste sports a gorgeous, lo-fi pixel art aesthetic, similar to its superb predecessor; but where TowerFall was a chaotic couch-based multiplayer affair, Celeste is a strictly single-player experience, mixing cerebral traversal challenges with the kind of tough, twitch-based platforming seen in the likes of Super Meat Boy.
Last summer Towerfall developer Matt Thorson announced a new single-player 2D platformer called Celeste and now that game has been confirmed for a Nintendo Switch release later this year.
It will also be coming to PS4 and Steam.
As you can see in the following trailer, Celeste is a series of single-screen challenges, much in the vein of Super Meat Boy. The game focuses on the titular character, a spunky redhead, trying to climb a mountain. It appears to be a haunted mountain too, by the looks of it, what with all the creepy ghosts and a gothic mansion that wouldn't look out of place in an early Castlevania adventure.
Towerfall developer Matt Thorson has announced his next game, a mountain climbing platformer called Celeste.