ENDER LILIES: Quietus of the Knights Reveals Physical Editions
Thanks to moving over 600,000 units, publisher Binary Haze Interactive will partner with Limited Run Games to bring ENDER LILIES: Quietus of the Knights to your gaming shelf. It will make a physical debut on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch. Starting tomorrow, March 8, you can pre-order both the Standard and Collector’s Editions and expect them this May.
As a “dark fantasy Metroidvania fairy tale,” you’ll journey through the Blighted Kingdom and pummel all sorts of deadly foes. Lily, a priestess, must duel with the corrupted forms of her previous guardians and exorcise them. Originally released in June 2021 on Steam and the Nintendo Switch, it holds an “Overwhelmingly Positive” reception on Steam with nearly 15,000 reviews. It sits at a comfortable 86 on Metacritic, ranked the twelfth highest-rated PC game of 2021 on the site. Jans shared some of his thoughts in a review right here on Dread XP if you want a more in-depth look.
The Standard Edition of ENDER LILIES will come in an appropriate case for your Nintendo or Sony console. The Collector’s Edition will also include a reversible poster, an enamel pin, and the game’s soundtrack (composed by the award-winning Mili).
“We have such an active, supportive fan community for ENDER LILIES. We’re happy that Lily and her friends were able to occupy a special place in their heart, and now with the special edition, it can also occupy a spot on their shelves.”Hiroyuki Kobayashi, CEO of Binary Haze Interactive
At the moment, you can find ENDER LILIES on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5 (via backward compatibility), PlayStation 4, Steam, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One in nearly a dozen languages. Pre-order the physical editions via the Limited Run Games website when it goes live tomorrow.
Founded by Hiroyuki Kobayashi in 2020, Binary Haze Interactive works out of Tokyo and is a sister company to Japanese IT, video game, and 3D production company Adglobe. ENDER LILIES: Quietus of the Knights marks the first game published by Binary Haze from its sister company.