Skullgirls Devs' Indivisible Finally Has a Release Date

Skullgirls Devs' Indivisible Finally Has a Release Date

But Nintendo Switch fans will have to wait a little bit.

After a successful Kickstarter and a good long while in development, the next game from Lab Zero Games—the developers of Skullgirls—is set for release. Indivisible will arrive digitally on October 8 alongside a physical retail release for North America, though Nintendo Switch hopefuls will have to wait a little longer.

A new trailer accompanies the announcement, showcasing some of the characters you'll be able to recruit as protagonist Ajna, on a journey to save the world of Loka.

Indivisible is a role-playing game in the vein of Valkyrie Profile, combining very active battles with platforming exploration. It's also visually gorgeous, with hand-drawn art for the friends and enemies Ajna will encounter. The story follows her quest across Loka, meeting new companions along the way who she can absorb into her head and then conjure for battles. The release trailer boasts over 20 recruitable members for your party; not quite a Suikoden, but pretty impressive, especially when they're all wonderfully animated in Lab Zero's style.

Following a successful Kickstarter, Indivisible has been in development for a few years. After a delay into 2019, citing the sheer size of the project at hand, it looks like Indivisible is set in stone for this October. The Nintendo Switch version is getting some more time in the oven however, as publisher 505 Games confirms that a Switch release will launch at a later date in 2019.

Indivisible is coming to PC via Steam, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on October 8 for digital and retail in North America, with a global physical retail release on October 11. If you want to read more about Indivisible's wild battle system, check out our preview from PAX East earlier this year.

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Eric Van Allen

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Eric is a writer and Texan. He's a former contributor to sites including Compete, Polygon, Waypoint, and the Washington Post. He loves competitive games, live music, and travel.

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