Developer Spitfire Interactive and Publisher Daedalic Entertainment are proud to announce they are teaming up to launch the superhero epic, Capes. The title’s development will continue to be helmed by the Australian studio. However, Capes will now be featured as a part of Daedalic’s publishing line-up and will see the light of day later this year on multiple platforms!
Capes was already in development from Spitfire Interactive for PC games. Still, with Daedalic Entertainment now publishing the game, the team is thrilled to be able to bring their tactical, turn-based game of superheroes battling to reclaim their city from the forces of evil to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox X/S as well. A brand-new demo will be available during Steam Next Fest starting today and until February 13th.
Capes is a turn-based superhero strategy game where players assemble a team of unique heroes while fighting to take back their city, now controlled by evil despots. Twenty years ago, the supervillains won. Since then, they’ve created a dystopian city where developing superpowers is a crime and no one has dared oppose them. Until now!
Play across a series of dark and gritty campaigns and patrol assignments, push the story forward, or take time to explore with side missions that unlock more heroes. Complete challenges to earn skill points to increase your hero’s powers and abilities while you learn more about the hero’s lives and backstories.
- Be Mighty: Play as heroic protectors of the innocent, each with unique skills and powers. Master your hero and unleash devastating ultimate abilities!
- Assemble Your Team: Select the right team for the right mission. Combat isn’t based on random numbers, so choose wisely to win the day!
- Level Up: Complete challenging missions and side-quests to improve your heroes with new abilities and powerful upgrades!
- Defeat Evil: Face down vile villains and criminal corporate henchmen. Do you have what it takes to free your city from the clutches of villainy?
Platforms: PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch