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Anticipate Moon Studio's 'No Rest for the Wicked' On Date

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By Erika John - - 5 Mins Read
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Moon Studio is known for its acclaimed Ori series. However, recently,  they are gearing up to launch its latest venture, No Rest for the Wicked, into early access on April 18.

Departing from their traditional platformer roots, this upcoming title will introduce players to a visually striking action role-playing game (ARPG) experienced from a top-down viewpoint. This will definitely be an exciting and challenging combat system.

Release Time Across Different Time Zones

The highly anticipated No Rest for the Wicked will debut simultaneously worldwide, ensuring that players across various regions can get into the game at the exact moment. Here's a breakdown of the release times in major time zones:



CT: 11 AM

EST: 12 PM



JST: 1 AM (April 19)


The synchronized release ensures fairness and excitement worldwide for eager fans looking to jump into the action early.

Should You Purchase Early Access?

Should we invest in the early access version of No Rest for the Wicked? There are a few key points to consider:

To entice early adopters, Moon Studio is offering a modest discount during the game's initial two weeks of launch.

Players can grab the early access version at a 10% reduced price of $36/£29 until May 2, after which the price will revert to $40/£32.

Additionally, purchasing the early access version unlocks an exclusive in-game bonus: the Cerim Armour, allowing players to customize their character with a mystical wizard-inspired appearance.

It's worth noting that the early access version of the game will only include the first chapter of the story, along with essential gameplay mechanics such as gear upgrades, dungeons, and rotating weekly challenges. As development progresses, frequent updates are planned to add new content and features to the game.

While early access games carry inherent risks, Moon Studio's solid reputation and commitment to their projects can be seen in the Ori series. This assures that No Rest for the Wicked will receive ongoing support and improvement.

If you plan to buy the game during early access, be prepared for bugs, incomplete features, and balance issues. However, if you like giving feedback and being part of the development process, consider joining the No Rest for the Wicked community.

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Game Availability on Different Platforms

No Rest for the Wicked will initially be available for early access on PC through Steam. While specific dates remain undisclosed, plans for its release on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S are in the works.

The decision to delay console releases is strategic. It allows the Moo access phase before moving to the console certification process.

Updates during early access can be more complex for console platforms, necessitating a more organized development process leading up to the game's full release.

Players who own older generation consoles like Xbox One, PlayStation 4, or Nintendo Switch will have to wait for further updates on the availability of No Rest for the Wicked on these platforms.

Unfortunately, there is no news at the moment, but we'll keep you posted if anything changes in the future.