Super Lucky’s Tale game is available in the Windows Store
Microsoft revealed a new platform-exclusive game called Super Lucky’s Tale at E3. The title is now available for pre-order in the Windows Store.
Super Lucky’s world
The game is a playground platformer for all ages that follows Lucky, a lovable hero on his journey to find the necessary inner strength and help his sister rescue the Book of Ages from Jinx, a mysterious villain who is trying to reshape the world. The game will provide you the opportunity to test your skills with carnival attractions, mini games and all kinds of obstacle courses. You can explore the hidden secrets of new worlds with Lucky’s signature burrow move. You can also dive into foxholes and try unlocking additional rewards.
Along the way, encounter a hilarious supporting cast of friends and adversaries. Lucky must confront the nefarious Kitty Litter, Jinx’s mischievous kids – self-taught villains who might not be getting Jinx’s plans quite right. Lucky meets friends and allies along the way too. He meets misplaced Yetis, Kooky Spookies, a village of farming worms, and other colorful friends inhabiting of Ages.
The journey is filled with endearing characters, and it supports a cast of friends and adversaries in an amazing world. The game is also compatible with other devices such as the Xbox One and Project Scorpio.
Super Lucky’s Tale features full HDR support
The game follows the classic platforming style introduced by games such as Conker and Mario 64. It supports 4K just like the Xbox One X, and it will also feature full HDR support.
The game was first launched on the Oculus platform, and it is now available for digital pre-order for $29.99 in the Windows Store.
The game supports Play Anywhere and will officially launch on the Xbox One X on November 7.
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