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Shantae and the Seven Sirens launches May 28, ‘Part 2’ available now on Apple Arcade

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The Half-Genie Hero will make her long-awaited return on May 28, when ApproachForward Games releases Shantae and the Seven Sirens in its entirety for PS4, PC, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

The fifth entry within the improbable platform collection sees Shantae — alongside together with her buddies Skye, Bolo, and Rottytops — set sail past Sequin Land to go to an odd tropical island, visitors of the upcoming Half-Genie Festival. But when a number of attendees vanish below unusual circumstances, it is as much as Shantae to go looking far and broad, assembly new pals (and previous enemies) on a quest to save lots of the day as soon as once more.

The first “chapter” of Shantae and the Seven Sirens was launched with the release of Apple Arcade, with the concluding chapter being made accessible to obtain immediately. For these of you who’re holding off for the usual launch, not less than we lastly have a particular date to look ahead to.

Shantae and the Seven Sirens launches on PS4, PC, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch May 28, whereas “Parts One and Two” can be found to obtain now on Apple Arcade. Details on a bodily version from Limited Run Games are anticipated in some unspecified time in the future sooner or later.

Shantae and the Seven Sirens launches May 28, 'Part 2' available now on Apple Arcade

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