Earth Defense Force: World Brothers launches worldwide on PC, PS4 and Nintendo Switch on May 27

Earth Defence Force: World Brothers is getting a western release date. As a celebration of the announcement, the developers have published a brand new trailer that sounds its entry on PC, PS4, and Nintendo Switch. Earth Defense Force: World Brothers will release on May 27, 2021, in North America, Europe, and Asia.

Publisher D3 stated that the game would commit to its voxel graphics as seen in the Japanese release. Orientating in disjointed earth, players will need to find their bearings and help civilians at will. If you’re unfamiliar with Earth Defence Force: World Brothers, then check the segment below where you can find the primary objectives that a player needs to achieve.

Unlike the original “EDF” series drawn in a photo-realistic world, this game is boldly drawn in a voxel world! For people who hate the look of huge real insects or who are not so good at some brutal in-game expressions, this game can be your first EDF experience in which you can exhilaratingly defeat gigantic enemies.

A new battlefield appears in the “EDF” series.

A new battlefield appears in the “EDF” series. This time, the world becomes the square Earth. The name of this game is “EARTH DEFENSE FORCE: WORLD BROTHERS.” This game takes place in the 3D voxel world, in which everything is made up of square pieces. In this world, the Earth is not round but square. And now, this voxel Earth is fallen apart into square pieces, breaking its blocky peace. But whether round or square, the Earth must be the Earth. So now, the player and the “EARTH DEFENSE FORCE” must rise to the occasion and save the day to restore a shattered Voxel Earth to one peace.

Save the broken Earth

Can no one live on a disjointed Earth? Yeah, you know the answer to that. The world of EDF promises that the strongest people are always the general public. The broken Earth is alive in each area that has become parts, and all civilians are waiting for our help.
Cities around the world and those famous landmarks become stages, floating in outer space. Because the areas are disjointed, there is a broken Earth boundary line (a huge cliff) at each stage’s end.

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Amie Gammons

A huge fan of puzzlers. Would love to experience the world and takedown on every single and upcoming game title. In the free time love to sing, follow recent game rumors and try to decrypt them in the best possible way.

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