3D Runner Aerial_Knight’s Never Yield, developed by Neil “Aerial_Knight” Jones, released for PC, Nintendo Switch and Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, PS5, and PS4. Pricing on each of these platforms will be $ 11.99, € 11.99 and £ 9.99, with an all-time 10% discount on Xbox, Nintendo Switch and PC (Steam, Epic Game Store). The game will use Smart Delivery for Xbox and Cross-Buy platforms for PS5 and PS4.
SteelSeries GameSense support
As one of the first games, Aerial_Knight’s Never Yield is backed by SteelSeries GameSense, which lights up the keyboard, mouse, and headphone with fantasy colors and makes playing Wally a lot more fun! Take a look at the pictures below and you’ll instantly know what we’re talking about! More information on Steam.
The soundtrack is now available on various music platforms
The last time we said you could get the soundtrack for a game on vinyl, but that was only half the story: You can pre-order vinyls now, but you can also get the soundtracks on many digital platforms. You can find a full list here: https://ffm.to/aerialknightsneveryieldsoundtrack
Headup’s first AHEAD live broadcast event kicks off today
Headup’s first official live broadcast event called “AHEAD” will take place later today. Together with many developers, we will celebrate Aerial_Knight’s Never Yield and introduce three exciting new masterpieces. We’ll also provide you with more information and some release dates about the story-based FPS Industria, the narrative adventure Lost At Sea, and the open-world sandbox game Tinkertown.
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Microsoft’s Independent Developer Deployment Program supported Aerial_Knight’s Never Yield development process. Stay in the know by clicking on Aerial_Knight Twitter And the Disagreement consequences.
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