Steam version of No Straight Roads musical adventure due out by the end of the month with exclusive content

Sold Out Publishing and Development Studio Metronomik in the official microblog of their musical adventure, No Straight Roads have shared details and a release date for the Steam version of the game.

Image source: Steam

Image source: Sold Out

Recall that No Straight Roads debuted on PC (and a number of other target platforms) back in August 2020, but then the release took place exclusively in the Epic Games Store.

As it became known, No Straight Roads will go on sale for Steam on October 21 this year. Despite the proximity of the premiere, it is not yet possible to pre-order the product.

It is reported that the game will appear on the Valve service in an exclusive edition with the subtitle Encore (“encore”): it includes a new intro video, more than 500 fan illustrations and remixes of existing compositions.

Among other things, No Straight Roads: Encore Edition will offer visual effects improvements, multiplayer instrument and camera mods, gear sets, reworked difficulty, and more.

In the Encore Edition, the Zuke Workshop will be available everywhere

In the Encore Edition, the Zuke Workshop will be available everywhere

“We are incredibly grateful to all our fans for supporting No Straight Roads from the very beginning of the journey and flesh to where we are now, one year after release.”– said the head of Metronomik Wan Hazmer (Wan Hazmer) in press release

No Straight Roads is currently available on PC (Epic Games Store), PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. The game is about the confrontation between rockers Mayday and Zuke, the sinister empire of electronic music NSR.

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