Capy Got Journey and The Order: 1886 in Their STFU

For the upcoming PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita release of Super Time Force Ultra, Capybara Games has recruited a few exclusive PlayStation all-stars to join the huge cast of playable characters in the studio’s time travelling pixel art blast-em-up.

Joining previously revealed Sony Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida, who will launch heart-shaped emoticons and tweet rockets at enemies from his weaponized smartphone, are the robed and scarfed traveler from Journey, and Sir Galahad, legendary Knight of the Round Table and hero of The Order: 1886, who comes packing a Luger sidearm and an arc rifle.

All three PlayStation guest characters will offer special Trophy challenges to shoot for on the way to a Platinum.

Capy hasn’t finalized a launch date for the PS4 and Vita versions of Super Time Force Ultra just yet, but has intimated that the game will be out “very soon.” Whenever it drops, it will support cross-buy.

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Source: Super Time Force Ultra: Journey & The Order Characters Revealed [PlayStation.Blog]

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