The Gentlebros, and publisher PQube, have confirmed the release date for upcoming isometric RPG Cat Quest.
Cat Quest, which regular readers may remember us covering when it passed through Steam Greenlight last November, has now got both a Steam page and a release date.
The game, for those unfamiliar, is an action RPG set in a fantastical world populated by cats. The game plays out from an isometric viewpoint, with all combat played out in real-time on screen. This means you’ll be actively fighting your way around the overworld, as well as the interior, dungeon and cave areas of the game.
Here’s the features list from the game page:
Combat in Cat Quest takes place entirely in real time, allowing you to get close to enemies with a slash of your blade, dodge roll to avoid a counter-attack, and then finish them off with powerful magic! Wield the ancient spells of Lightnyan, Flamepurr, and Healpaw to vanquish your foes! (Fur real!)
Outfit your catventurer with a whole basket of equipment! Prefurr casting spells? Don an arcane hood, robes, and a staff to bolster your mana reserves! Want to protect yourself from attack? Deck out your catventurer with chainmail armor to increase your health and provide an extra level of protection. Weapons, armor, and spells can be mixed and matched to create the purrfect combinations for your playstyle!
The world of Felingard is littered with interesting places and people! Discover a possessed town whose residents lust for obscene amounts of meat, assist the mages Mewlin and Meowgan in their search to break a magic seal, and locate someone’s missing delivery of “House of Parchments” and “The Pouncing Dead”. Exploration is one of the main scratching posts of Cat Quest, and with locations such as Bermewda’s Triangle, the Furbidden Fields, and Pawt City to explore, it’s time to get pawing!”
You can find the trailer announcing the release date below,
Cat Quest will release on Windows PC and Mac via Steam on the 8th of August. It is also set to arrive on Playstation 4 and Nintendo Switch later this year.