gutwhale xbox

Mixing randomly generated levels with a final challenge mode that can be played forever, Gutwhale blasts its way on to Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch. Are you ready to take on a new challenging roguelike?

Available to purchase and download right now on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5 and Nintendo Switch, Gutwhale is the latest Ratalaika Games oddity to launch on console, as they team up with the Stuffed Wombat developmental team to provide a new take on roguelike action – one that not only has you battling through randomly generated stages, but a final challenge which is infinite. 

Priced at £4.99 in Gutwhale you’ll be found reusing your ammunition to escape the madness of a strange place – the belly of a whale, no doubt – one in which much danger awaits. The thing is, in Gutwhale you’ll need to manage your ammo, but consider the space you are in too, fighting your way through the belly of a beast. With weird hats to stick on your bonce, a shop to purchase new gear from, and all other weirdness unfolding, beating Gutwhale is only the beginning. 

Gutwhale runs with 3 areas, each of which have unique enemies, a cheap asking price and – seeing as this is a Ratalaika Games game – quite possibly easy to grab achievements and Gamerscore too. Should you wish to give it a punt, head on over to the Xbox Store for Xbox One/Series X|S, the PlayStation Store for PS4/PS5 or the Nintendo eShop for those on Switch. 

Keep an eye out for our full review of Gutwhale on Xbox too. And check out the trailer below these words for a greater insight into how Gutwhale looks to play out.

Game Description:

Gutwhale is a finite action roguelike, taking place in the belly of a beast! Mastering the challenges of this game will involve managing the space between you and your ammo while fighting your way through a digestive system! Descend deep down into the gut, keep your ammo close, unlock weird hats, and get crushed by a van! Levels are randomly generated and the final challenge mode can be played forever!

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