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Sold Out and Metronomik today unveiled a new “Christmas Edition” update for No Straight Roads. While we don’t have a release date yet, it’ll be heading to Switch soon.

The upcoming update, which is entirely free, remixes the game with new Christmas music, decor, outfits, album art, and visual effects to celebrate the holiday season. Almost every boss – including their stage – has been given a Christmas makeover. Players will be able to access the new content from the boss fight menu in Vinyl City.

Here’s a trailer for the update:

System: Switch
Release date: August 25, 2020
Developer: Metronomik
Publisher: Sold Out

No Straight Roads is a prime example of a game that is more than the sum of its parts. Its gameplay may be decent at best for the most part, but its constant explosion of beautiful art, vibrant colors, and glorious music make it an overall unforgettable experience that needs to be played firsthand to be fully appreciated. This makes it all the more unfortunate that its aesthetics are heavily compromised in its Switch version, sullying its single greatest selling point.

No Straight Roads

No Straight Roads, the music-based action-adventure title from publisher Sold Out and developer Metronomik is out today on Switch. Check out some gameplay below.

No Straight Roads launches today on Switch.

No Straight Roads

Sold Out and Metronomik have issued an official launch trailer for No Straight Roads, the new music-based action-adventure title. We have it below.

No Straight Roads arrives for Switch both physically and digitally on August 25.

This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, we’re joined by special guests Daim Dziauddin and Wan ‘Haz’ Hazmer, directors of No Straight Roads for Nintendo Switch. They share their experiences of working in the Japanese game industry at Capcom and Square Enix, leading them to found their own business back in their home of Malaysia. We’re very excited to highlight the important work they’re doing for the Malaysian games industry—both of them have a lot of passion and excitement for games, and it shows! Both guests bring a bunch of energy and insight as we cover all the indie goodness in Nintendo’s Indie World Showcase. Jump into today’s episode, full of Nindie goodness!

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No Straight Roads

Sold Out and Metronomik have prepared a new “101” trailer for No Straight Roads, the upcoming rhythm-based action-adventure game. We have it below.

No Straight Roads is slated for August 25 on Switch.

A new trailer for the rhythm-based action-adventure game No Straight Roads that specifically shows off the Switch version. Check it out below.

No Straight Roads launches for Switch on August 25.

No Straight Roads

No Straight Roads, a new music-based action-adventure for Switch, was previously on track for a June 30 release before being delayed to sometime this summer. Publisher Sold Out and developer Metronomik provided an update today and announced a new release date of August 25. The game will initially be distributed via the eShop, followed by physical versions “shortly after.”

Here’s an overview of No Straight Roads, along with a trailer:

No Straight Roads

New footage of No Straight Roads, an action-adventure game for Switch, has popped up online. Check out eight minutes of gameplay below.

We’ll be seeing No Straight Roads on Switch later this summer.

No Straight Roads

No Straight Roads was only just announced for Switch with a June 30 release date. However, director Wan Hazmer took to Facebook today and announced that the game is being delayed in light of the coronavirus pandemic.

A new release date has not yet been announced. Hazmer has only said that the game will arrive later this summer.

The full message from Hazmer reads:

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