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Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights headed to PS4 and PS5

The snazzy looking metroidvania hits PlayStation on July 20.
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After months of early access and an initial release on the Xbox, Switch and PC, Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights is now set to debut on the PS4 and PS5 (via backwards compatibility) on July 20.

Developer Live Wire have announced that the date is now set in stone after an initial delay, citing unexpected technical difficulties which saw the game launch first on other platforms.

The overview of the game reads as follows:

Long ago, in the distant reaches of Land’s End, an unforeseen rainfall transformed all living things into frenzied undead monstrosities known as the Blighted. Faced with a calamity far beyond their understanding, the kingdom fell into ruin with no end to the accursed rain in sight.

Meanwhile in the remnants of this devastated land, a young woman named Lily awakens in the depths of a church…

Unravel the mystery of the kingdom destroyed by the Rain of Death. Journey through the sprawling and hauntingly beautiful Land’s End, traversing a submerged forest, a sealed-off contaminated underground cavern, and a grand castle.

Formidable bosses await that will gladly claim your life given even the slightest chance. Defeat these powerful foes and release them from their unending curse to recruit them as allies. Overcome the challenges before you and search for the truth with powerful knights at your side.

Ender Lilies is a 2D action RPG that features fantastic visuals and smooth gameplay that’s reminiscent of similar metroidvania titles like Hollow Knight. It’s definitely a title that flew under the radar of most people, but should definitely be a game to consider for fans of metroidvania-style games.

Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights is now available on Xbox, Switch, and PC. PS4 to follow on July 20.

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