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The stunningly unique Worldless is on Xbox, PlayStation, Switch and PC


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Worldless is on Xbox, PlayStation, Switch and PC

We’ve had a beady eye on Worldless for about a year or so. And you may well have checked out the free demo that has been kicking around. Now though it’s time to check out the super stylish world for real. As Worldless releases on Xbox, PlayStation, Switch and PC. 

Worldless comes to life thanks to the Noname Studio and Thunderful teams, as they deliver a new take on the metroidvania scene to the masses. It’s available right now on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S (optimised). You’ll also find it on digital fronts of PlayStation, Nintendo Switch and PC. 

A new and unique world

Worldless is priced at £15.98 from the Xbox Store, thrusting you into a new universe in which entities are caught up in a bit of a fight. It’s the polarisation of themselves which is the focus of Worldless, along with turn-based platforming for good measure. 

Your ultimate goal in Worldless is to explore the world around you, taking on anything that may try to put a halt to your adventure. It’s here where the combat pings, mixing traditional styles with timed actions. Expect this to deliver on the strategic front. 

Growing, surviving and immersing yourself in the culture of Worldless should be easy. We think that the artstyle alone is as good a reason as any to get involved with what is on offer, with colours pinging, this way and that. 


If you do decide to jump in, you’ll find a game in which the key features are fairly rich… 

  • Establish Yourself – Uncover unimaginable possibilities; Jump and dash your way through abstract areas in pursuit of transcendence.
  • Grow to Survive – Upgrade your abilities through an intricate and rewarding talent tree; Ready yourself | Engage in active time, turn-based battles, and time your attacks and defences perfectly to shatter your enemies.
  • Immerse yourself – Indulgent Melodies – Connect to the areas of Worldless on a deeper level with a haunting yet beautiful score. | Cherish the moment – Define the world and challenge its secrets in a mysterious and enchanting narrative.

On the launch David Sanchez, Studio Director at Noname Studios said: “We’re so excited that the launch day is finally here! We’re looking forward to seeing what people think about the game and its unique visuals and combat system. We’re especially looking forward to seeing the reactions to the unknown enemies, bosses and secrets!”

Want a review of Worldless?

Need more? Our full review of Worldless on Xbox is up, live and ready for a read. Spoiler alert: we gave it a 4/5 in review, wowed by the art, the visual storytelling and the stunning soundscore. 

Brilliantly designed with a different slant on the metroidvania genre, Wordless has a unique style and some amazing visual storytelling. 

Buy now!

Worldless is on the Xbox Store right this second. Go and grab a download right now. From there, playing on Xbox One or Xbox Series X|S. It’s also on PlayStation, Switch and PC. 

Consider the free demo if you must too. Let us know if you decide to check it out. The comments are below.

Worldless on Xbox Game Description

Worldless is set in a newborn universe based on entities trapped in an eternal conflict by the polarising nature of their attractions. These interactions can result in an exchange of their polarities, but this process is very unstable, and who knows what new results can come from it… In this 2D active, turn-based, platformer, players will explore intricate and interconnected areas full of secrets and mysteries to uncover with a plethora of abilities like dashing and wall-jumps. Along the way you will encounter different beings that aim to stop you as you seek to find your place in this universe. Using turn-based rules, fights combine traditional combat with active time actions for a thrilling and strategic combat where your knowledge of game mechanics and skills will be put to the test.

Neil Watton
Neil Wattonhttps://www.thexboxhub.com/
An Xbox gamer since 2002, I bought the big black box just to play Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee. I have since loved every second of the 360's life and am now just as obsessed with the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S - mostly with the brilliant indie scene that has come to the fore. Gamertag is neil363, feel free to add me to your list.
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