Nuclear Blaze from Dead Cells' Creator Is Coming to Consoles

Extinguish fires and unravel the mysteries of the facility.

Nuclear Blaze – a 2D firefighting action adventure from Dead Cells creator Sébastien Bénard – is going to appear on Nintendo Switch, Xbox, and PlayStation 4 and 5 on April 28, 2023. Publisher RED ART GAMES also announced the arrival of the physical edition with the trailer above.

If you order the physical copy, you'll get a booklet with an exclusive interview from Bénard and a soft PVC keychain of the main character. 

In Nuclear Blaze, you play as a firefighter trying to control the blaze in a mysterious facility. Investigate, find its secrets, and look for survivors.

"The unexpected discovery of a secret military facility is quickly going to send a monkey wrench in your plans. Unravel the truth behind the existence of Site 16 and A-[redacted]. Access to that information may require authorisation clearance [redacted] and [redacted] though..."

The game includes a special Kid Mode created for younger players (aged 3 and up). It has its own levels, an immortal hero, simplified controls with auto-aim, and "tons of helicopters and trucks". The console version also has the “Hold my Beer” Mode, adding hidden areas and new threats that require "a more precise and tactical approach". 

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