Foregone Now Available on GOG and Steam


Big Blue Bubble have released their 2D action-platformer, Foregone, on GOG and Steam.

You play as the city of Calagan’s best soldier, who has been sent on a deadly mission to find a way to destroy the corruption of the Harrow before it consumes everything. Upgrade your character with an arsenal of ranged and melee weapons, as well as powerful skills.

The game originally entered Early Access via the Epic Games Store a year ago, and received a full release on Windows PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in October 2020. The game’s GOG and Steam debut coincides with the release of update 1.1, which introduces new weapons, new boss encounters, side quests, and the Warsmith NPC.

You can find the Update 1.1 trailer below.

You can find the rundown (via Steam) below:

Fast and fluid platformer packed with legendary loot
Years after a devastating war, the city of Calagan is once again besieged by an all-corrupting force known as the Harrow. As the city’s strongest super-soldier, it’s up to you to investigate the Harrow’s origins and prevent its reanimated minions from destroying the world you’ve sworn to protect. But the Harrow isn’t just reviving the dead – it’s dredging up memories better left forgotten.

Foregone is a fast and fluid 2D action-platformer packed with legendary loot and stunning pixel art. Collect an arsenal of powerful weapons and upgradeable skills, then use them to shoot and slash your way through hand-crafted pixel environments hiding a treasure trove of secrets. Unravel a compelling story of regret and conspiracy as you slice your way through hordes of enemies and carry out your mission to save Calagan from total annihilation.

• Satisfying hybrid of action-platformer and looter• Narrative-driven gameplay
• Collect an arsenal of legendary weapons
• Challenging enemies and intense boss fights
• Branching skill tree with customizable abilities
• Fluid 3D-to-2D pixel art & animation

Foregone is available on Windows PC (via the Epic Games Store, GOG, and Steam), Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Image: Steam

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