Uppercut Games is not reluctant to bring the first-person rogue-like title “City of Brass” to the Nintendo Switch.
First for PC, Xbox One & PS4
Uppercut Games, known from “Submerged,” will release the first-person rogue-like title “City of Brass” on May 4, 2018, for the PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but what about the Switch? Co-founder and Director Ed Orman said: “I love my Nintendo Switch. And the Unreal Engine supports the Switch. So it’s something we’re considering for the future.”
On an Xbox One X, City of Brass supports HDR and 4K. You can also look forward to more details, and the frame rate is higher. The quality of the result on the PlayStation 4 Pro should be very similar, but HDR is not supported. There could be an update for this later. Otherwise, 1080p is offered, as on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
About the game, it says:
Become a bold thief in City of Brass, a punishing Ego-Rogue-Lite in the style of 1001 Nights. Armed with a scimitar and a whip that can grip, release, disarm, stun, or break and swing, players will whip and beat their way through hordes of undead, bait and catch them and make it to every level exit before the hourglass runs out collecting treasures and looting chests with weapon and armor upgrades or powerful relics along the way. But the city itself is also defensive. Players must jump over pits, shuffle under blades, dodge or use spears or arrows, avoid or use sprung paving stones and avoid poison gas traps and manipulate the dangers to their advantage against enemies.