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Shovel Knight: King of Cards is coming soon

Shovel Knight: King of Cards is coming soon, with two games to follow, Yacht Club Games dropped a truckload of Shovel Knight ads today

Shovel Knight: King of Cards is coming soon, with two games to follow, Yacht Club Games dropped a truckload of Shovel Knight ads today, Shovel Knight is one of the best 2D gaming platforms of the past decade and seems to be getting better with the long-awaited version of Shovel Knight: King of Cards, an additional game-sized program postponed by a few months ago this year. 



Not only that, but Shovel Knight gets a multiplayer arena fighter (with single-player adventures) called Shovel Knight Showdown, a 2D dungeon rig called Shovel Knight Dig, and a host of free updates.

Yacht Club Games says that King of Cards "has more levels, mechanics, secrets, and content than any Shovel Knight game before.

"It's a scene, packed with cabinets with ideas - it's the biggest game we've ever made, and we can't wait for everyone to play it at last, and in the end, we've used everything we've learned in the past to make this game sparkling. : Treasure Trove. "
For the unaware: Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove is the comprehensive version of the game, and it comes with everything from the Shovel of Hope campaign to the recently unveiled Showdown mode. 

It is currently available on multiple platforms and gets a new physical version on Switch, PS4, and Xbox One - with some new Amiibo to go with Switch version, no less. 

Shovel Knight Showdown will be added to Treasure Trove for free on keyboards and computers, but will not be available on 3DS and Vita. It will also be available as a stand-alone game.


Shovel Knight Dig won't be included in Treasure Trove because it's a completely separate and distinct game. 

It was manufactured in conjunction with Nitrome and has been in operation for over a year, although the Yacht Club says "a lot of ways have been available". 

If I have to describe Shovel Knight Dig from just looking at it, I say it looks like a combination of Shovel Knight, Downwell and SteamWorld Dig - a two-dimensional platform where you can constantly tunnel to access treasures, like a kind of vertical crawler. 

It uses a more cartoon style of art than the main games, it has new “Speed ​​Shovel” mechanics, and uses procedurally created levels - and it looks very fun.

Shovel Knight content also gets some updates and upgrades. Shovel of Hope adds collaborative challenges, Plague of Shadows gets a new comfortable chemical list, Specter of Torment adds five new stages to challenging platform platforms, and everything in Treasure Trove gets expanded language options and accessibility from colorblind modes to shaking screen sliders. 

Keeping in mind that the original Shovel Knight - a 2D platform game with an individual majority, I will remind you - was released in 2014 and is well supported. The yacht club sticks to what they know, and I'm here for it.

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