Co-operative RPG beat ‘em up Young Souls set to release for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC this Fall

Publisher The Arcade Crew and developer 1P2P have announced that Young Souls will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch this Fall, in addition to its previously announced PC (Steam) version. The co-op RPG beat ‘em up also released for Google Stadia today ahead of its platform launches.

The Arcade Crew also released a new trailer for the game, highlighting its boss encounters.

Young Souls has been in development for a few years, being originally announced in August 2018 before a second trailer was released in October 2020.

The trailer and details can be found below via The Arcade Crew. The official website is here.

Today’s announcement trailer, first revealed through a new PlayStation Blog post, finds misfit orphans Jenn and Tristan clashing with powerful otherworldly fiends in new gameplay showcasing the game’s intense boss battles. The twins wield a sampling of the expansive arsenal of weapons and unique gear players can find in the game against some of the game’s mightiest enemies, with each plunge into its beautiful but deadly dungeons offering a chance to earn powerful new loot.

With Young Souls, our goal from day one was to make boss fights the core of the game experience” said Jérôme Fait, co-founder of 1P2P Studio. “We worked hard on these fights to make them as thrilling and rewarding as possible."

Young Souls’ engrossing narrative finds its twin heroes searching for their guardian, a professor who mysteriously vanished just before Jenn and Tristan discovered an inexplicable portal within his estate. The twins now spend their days roaming their quaint town, gaining advantages through gym sessions and buying fresh outfits ahead of their all-night fights to clear dungeons brimming with foes. With the fate of their most cherished companion as well as the greater world in their hands, Jenn and Tristan must brave immeasurable dangers and endure the defining battles of their lives.