Toronto-made Riverbond coming to consoles, PC this summer

Another game from Canada's thriving indie developer community is on the way

Riverbond gameplay

Toronto-based independent developer Cococucumber has announced that its co-op hack-and-slash game Riverbond is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC sometime this summer.

The game features a variety of melee and ranged weapons that can be used to fight off enemies and even destroy the colourful and cube-based environment. Riverbond can be played in single-player or with up to three other people.

Notably, Riverbond also features skins based on characters from other indie games, such as Juan Aguacate (from Toronto-based DrinkBox Studios’ Guacalamee franchise), Shovel Knight (the titular hero from the eponymous franchise from Yacht Club Games) and Bullet Kin (from Dodge Roll’s Enter the Gungeon).

A specific release date or pricing per platform has not yet been revealed.

However, PC players can follow along with the game’s development by adding Riverbond to their wishlists here.