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Panzer Paladin Releasing July 21


Get ready to hop in the Paladin power armor this month – Tribute Games announced today that Panzer Paladin will release on July 21, 2020.

In this title, the nefarious Ravenous and his brutal demons are ready for battle. Although things are dire, humanity has one final ace in the hole – the Panzer Paladin.

Players will take control of the rescue android Flame in this action-plaformer, piloting the Paladin and tracking down all the diabolical Weapon Keepers. Along the way, players can either take control of the mighty Paladin power armor Grit, or eject and play as Flame, who is a small-but-swift Squire pilot.

Featuring 17 levels, players will be able to take up arms by seizing weapons from these demonic invaders. These weapons can be wielded, thrown, or shattered, and snapping a weapon can help players cast a powerful spell.

Also included in this title are 100 melee weapons, spell casting, and custom weapons, among other flourishes. Wrapping everything together is a presentation rendered in 8-bit graphics, along with levels set around the world.

You can view the release date trailer below:

Panzer Paladin – Release Date Teaser Trailer

The game will come out for the Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam. You can find the Steam widget here:

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