Gamers who have been missing the simple joy of fast and frantic platforming action, get those extra controllers ready! Green Lava Studios and Reverb Triple XP are happy to announce today that Fenix Furia will be coming out on both the PlayStation®4 and Xbox One, the all-in-one games system from Microsoft. The addictively fun action-platformer, formerly known as Fenix Rage, will include retuned game levels, a new playable character, and exclusive features including the much requested split-screen, Two Player mode, that adds a whole new dimension of competitive intensity.
“It’s very exciting that the journey to bring our game to consoles will be finally happening soon,” said Eduardo Ramirez, lead developer and Co-founder of Green Lava Studios. “While we’ve had to overcome a couple of obstacles, we want to thank all gamers for their patience. We’ve added some great new modes and definitely incorporated player feedback on level difficulty to make Fenix Furia a fantastic platform game.”
Fenix Furia features retuned game levels based on direct feedback from the original PC game that balances some of the drastic difficulty of later levels. In addition, an Easy Mode has been included to smoothly introduce new players to the addicting speed and platforming madness. Most of all, the new Two Player Mode pits gamers head-to-head in a frenzied split-screen race challenge to finish each level as quickly as possible between Fenix and the new Undead Fenix.
Step into the shoes of Fenix, a really sweet creature of speed and (blocky) cuteness…then feel his boundless rage. He is pissed! You would be too if your village was decimated by a huge explosion (and your game name was legally blocked!), leaving only two survivors: Fenix and the mysterious enemy Oktarus. Fenix will track down this shadowy villain through nine worlds, defeating righteously brutal bosses and hundreds of minions bent on his destruction, on a mission to return order and harmony back to his world.
Fenix Furia will be available this Winter for PlayStation®4 and the Xbox One via the ID@Xbox self-publishing program.