The demo features three of the twelve magical worlds, and supports local two-player co-op that can be used with friends and family by plugging-in and pressing any button on a second controller. Players can battle Negati, play Balan’s Bout mini-games and collect Balan Statues together as Leo and Emma, combining abilities from different costumes to explore each world and access new paths that are unavailable in solo play.
By downloading and playing the demo, players can unlock platform-specific bonus costumes, which can be enjoyed when playing the full game after purchase.
The launchers include the Steam launcher for Steam, X launcher for Xbox, Star launcher for Nintendo and Blue launcher for Playstation in the following order:
The Balan Wonderland demo is available on PlayStation 5/4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X|S/ One, and Steam.
Click here to pre-order the game.
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