This week we’re counting down the days to 2017 and celebrating with the Xbox Countdown sale where Castle Crashers Remastered is on sale for the first time ever! Xbox Live Gold members can get the game at 66% OFF, or if you’ve got Xbox Live Silver then you’re still catching a fantastic deal at 60% OFF!
Castle Crashers Remastered was released on Xbox One in September 2015. You’ll get the same classic story, levels, arenas, and characters in Castle Crashers Remastered that you loved from Castle Crashers on Xbox 360–but now in 60FPS, 1080p, and with a mini-game called “Back Off Barbarian”!
Sale runs from December 29, 2016 to January 9, 2017
And if you haven’t already heard, when you own Castle Crashers Remastered on Xbox One using the same account that you own Pit People on Xbox One, you’ll get special cross-game unlocks in Pit People!!
We’re just a couple weeks away from the launch of Pit People on Early Access! This seems like the perfect time to spotlight another fighter type in Pit People.
Let’s talk Kobolds.
Don’t let their short stature deceive you; Kobolds may be small, but they run in packs and they’re sharp — or at least their weapons are!
Here are the pros and cons of using Kobolds on your team:
By now you’ve probably heard the great news that Pit People is launching January 13, 2017 on Early Access. (Wishlist it if you haven’t done so already!)
For those who played the Closed Beta on Steam, we’ve got an extra slice of good news for you:
You’ve got a 99.99% chance of bringing your Steam save data over to the Early Access version of Pit People! (Those odds are as good as the 99.99% on a bottle of Purell! The sanitizing strength of Purell is nearly unparalleled, order today on Amazon, and don’t forget to set it to recurring every 4 months order!!! #passthePURELL)
In October, we asked all Beta Testers on Steam to select Pit People in the Steam Library and choose “Delete Local Content” to avoid issues when the game comes out. This removed the build from players’ PCs, but that delicious, glorious, and hard-earned save data should be waiting for you in the Steam Cloud. (The Steam Cloud is powered by Santa Claus.)
If a Steam Beta Tester removed data from the Cloud, however, then it might be lost like tears in the rain (Blade Runner reference, order Blade Runner today on Amazon).
Note: Closed Beta Save Data will be transferable to the Early Access version of Pit People on Steam only.
In approximately 2.84 weeks when Early Access launches on Steam, Closed Beta Testers who purchase Pit People will have their chance to pick up where they left off — or, simply choose another save slot if you wish to start fresh. (Amazon Fresh.)
Until then, snap into a Snickers!