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Steven Universe Save the Light Release Date Announced

The new console RPG based on Steven Universe -- Steven Universe: Save the Light -- has been given a release date for PS4 and Xbox One.
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The new Steven Universe turn-based-RPG, Steven Universe: Save the Light, the sequel to the RPG Steven Universe: Attack the Light, has been given a firm release date for Xbox One and PS4 — October 31 and November 3, respectively. 

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Save the Light is a made-for-console expanded sequel to the original mobile game and will feature eight playable characters, customizable parties, skill trees, character relationship dynamics, fusions usable in battle, and even the freedom to explore a show-accurate Beach City. 

The game’s developer, Grumpyface Studios, has also acknowledged that it would like to bring the game to other platforms — namely the Nintendo Switch and PC. However, the developer did not give a firm release date for the game coming to those platforms — if at all. but can make no promises. 

Stay tuned to GameSkinny for more news and information on Steven Universe: Save the Light as it develops. 


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I'm just your average basement-dwelling eclectic and eccentric video gamer who does his best to make a point, share experiences, and talk to people without swallowing his own tongue. I'm mostly into Platformers and RPG's, but I'll try pretty much anything once, and I'm also trying to find something different and interesting to play, and then share with as many people as I can. I can also beat the entire first world in Super Meat Boy while wearing oven mitts.