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Firegirl Delayed to December 14

Firegirl

Thunderful Publishing have announced the release date of action rescue platformer Firegirl has been delayed.

Firegirl launches December 14th for Windows PC (via Steam), Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.

As previously reported, players control a young fire rescue officer of a rundown fire station. Use your axe and high-pressure hose (doubling as a jetpack), and save all the civilians in three minutes from buildings that are ablaze.

Extend your time with feats of bravery and more. Douse flames and pyro-monsters, hack through obstacles, save the city, upgrade your gear, and uncover the mystery of who is sparking these disasters.

Along with new gameplay, the trailer confirmed the new release date; having previously been announced as launching in Fall 2021.

You can find the rundown (via Steam) below.

Take on the role of a young rescue officer starting her career. Armed with a trusty axe and high-pressure fire hose that also acts as a jetpack, Firegirl responds to emergency calls across the city. Can Firegirl save all the trapped civilians caught in each blaze? Can she uncover the truth of why these fires have engulfed the city? Find out in a mystery that goes all the way to the top…

RESCUE TRAPPED CIVILIANS

When Firegirl arrives on the scene, she only has a few minutes to save all the civilians caught in the blaze! Douse roaring flames, chop through obstacles and extinguish dastardly pyro-monsters, use your hose to boost your jumps and reach high places to rescue trapped survivors (and cats).

PROCEDURALLY GENERATED BLAZES

Respond to new fires in procedurally generated levels across forests, lavish hotels, trains and apartment blocks.

REBUILD THE FIREHOUSE

Hang out at the Firehouse between missions to upgrade your equipment and hire new staff. You’ll need all the help you can’t get to prepare for your next mission!

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