First unveiled in a Nintendo Indie Showcase back in the Spring, we've been keeping an eye on Aztech Forgotten Gods. Described by the developer as a "Latin-Futurism cyberstone colossus fighter", it has an intriguing style and potential for exciting action gameplay.
Developer Lienzo has now confirmed that we'll have a little longer to wait before we can check it out on Switch - originally planned for Fall, it's now due Q1 2022. There is a new gameplay trailer (above) to help us live with the longer wait, and it's looking rather decent.
Explore Tenochtitlan with Achtli’s incredible newfound agility and strength. Encounter optional side stories, unlock new outfits, and upgrade passive abilities by completing secondary challenges in the hub-world. Become the city’s savior with an adrenaline-fueled soundtrack that fuses metal with traditional Aztec instruments. Aztech: Forgotten Gods’ emotional journey took inspiration from anime and superhero comics and has a vibrant, Saturday morning cartoon aesthetic to match.
There will be a demo dropping soon on Steam as well; it'll arrive on 1st October as part of Steam Next Fest.
Let us know if this is on your radar ahead of its release early next year.