Developer Corcell announced back in 2015 that its 3DS eShop metroidvania game “AeternoBlade” would give birth to a sequel, simply called AeternoBlade II. The news wasn’t that exciting at the time considering that the first opus was averagely-appreciated, but there could be more than meets the eye now with its development shifted to consoles, including the Switch.
Thanks to that, AeternoBlade II gets to be powered by the Unreal Engine 4, and we discover now for the first time how it’ll render with in-game screenshots. However, don’t expect the title to see the day on our Switch soon, the studio is having some drawbacks from its artists team. Once managed, next step for Corecell will be to look for support from the players community, through and IndieGogo campaign happening soon.