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  Nowhere Prophet arrives on Nintendo Switch, Xbox Game Pass and PS4 this July
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Nowhere Prophet, the Indian-infused dustpunk deck-building game from publishing label No More Robots and development team Sharkbomb Studios, is finally coming to Nintendo Switch, Xbox Game Pass and PS4, at the end of July, for $24.99 / £20.99.

The game will launch on Xbox Game Pass for Xbox One and PC on July 29, and Nintendo Switch on PlayStation 4 on July 30. Pre-orders are open now, with a 25% discount to early bird purchasers.

The highly-lauded digital card game features a unique deck-building system, where your cards aren't just your hand to play with -- they're also the followers of your convoy through this fallen, apocalyptic world.

As you recruit new followers (or lose people to the wilderness), your deck will constantly evolve with the action. You can grow bonds with your people... and feel genuine heartache when they are cut down in action.


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Nowhere Prophet fuses card-based combat and a tactical battle board. Tactically drag your followers onto the battle board, and use Leader Cards to utilize your unique skills, swaying the fight in your favor.

Outside of combat, make narrative decisions that will greatly affect your journey, filling your disciples with hope -- or draining the last bit of life from their tired bodies.

Procedurally generated maps give you a new journey each time you play, while 10 different convoys and four Prophet classes that change how you play, along with more than 300 cards to discover, make Nowhere Prophet infinitely playable.

Nowhere Prophet will be available in the last week of June for $24.99, with a pre-order discount of 25 percent now available.