Everhood Eternity Edition is now available on consoles

Everhood Eternity Edition

Described as a mixture of Undertale and Guitar Hero, Everhood Eternity Edition rhythmically makes its way into a console release.

Everhood Eternity Edition is now available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. The game’s regular version is available for the Nintendo Switch and Microsoft Windows (through Steam).

You can view the announcement and trailer below:

What happens when you travel to an inexpressible world filled with a deep story, strange delightful encounters, humor and musical battles that challenge all your senses? BlitWorks Games and 2-people indie studio Foreign Gnomes are proud to announce that Everhood Eternity Edition is releasing today on Xbox One | Series S/X and PlayStation 4 | 5 consoles at a price of 16.99 USD. This is edition of the adventure RPG indie hit that has already sold more than half a million copies on Steam and Nintendo Switch combined, includes 16 new exclusive musical battles designed by some of the best level designers of the community and composed by legendary artists in the indie scene. Expect the unexpected!

Expect the unexpected! Developed by Foreign Gnomes, Everhood Eternity Edition is a musical action RPG adventure released by BlitWorks Games, an indie publisher with a strong technical background, they wanted not only to port the content that is already available on other platforms but also enhance it with 16 new battles made by the best level designers from the Everhood community, and featuring music from the following 11 renowned composers. The new tracks will be unlocked as the player progresses through the game’s main story, and will represent a real challenge for the most skilled ones:

Chipzel (original track, she worked on titles like Super Hexagon, Dicey Dungeons and Cadence of Hyrule).
David Wise (original track, he worked with Tradewest / Rareware / Rare for many years on titles like Battletoads, the Donkey Kong Country series and more recently with Ratchet and Clank).
Manami Matsumae (2 original tracks, she worked on Mega Man, Final Fight, Batman: Return of the Joker, Shovel Knight, and more)
Keiji Yamagishi (original track, he worked on Ninja Gaiden, and more recently on The Messenger and Streets of Rage 4).
Disasterpeace (original track, he worked on FEZ, Super Meat Boy, Hyper Light Drifter, Reigns, and more).
YMCK (2 original tracks, they worked on Taiko no Tatsujin for Wii, PiCTOBiTS for DSiWare and more).
Gonzalo Varela (with Destiny from Fight’n Rage).
Stefan Moser (with Forgotten Strategy from Slipstream).
AceMan (with 2-2N Unreachable from Rhythm Doctor).
Evan “Noteblock” Goertzen (with A Dark Tale of Terror from Mago)
All-Seeing (with Stress, UFO Remaster and Vs Pixel)

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