Sports RPG Soccer Story announced for Stadia

Just announced by developer PanicBarn and publisher No More Robots, Soccer Story is coming soon to Google Stadia. The game is an open-world RPG based on sports, with combats, puzzles and a lot of humor. Using a magic ball, players will be tasked with saving the world! The game is scheduled to release later this year.

Here’s the description from the Steam page of the game:

Soccer Story is a physics-driven adventure RPG, where every problem can be solved with your trusty magic ball. Along the way, you’ll need to best bad guys in 1v1s, compete in a range of different sports (with your soccer ball, of course), and sometimes use your brain just as much as your balls

In a world that has long forgotten The Beautiful Game, can you remind them why soccer is top of the table, and best the most formidable teams, including the local toddlers and a group of sharks?

  • Drop your soccer ball and play anywhere! The world of Soccer Story is full of goals, puzzles and secrets – it’s up to you to find them!
  • Play a single-player story full of quirky characters, quests, rogue refs and wacky soccer-adjacent sports
  • Build your soccer career and do battle against the fiercest soccer teams like literal sharks, toddlers, old-age pensioners and ninjas
  • Save soccer and restore peace and harmony to the world
  • Grab a friend for a four-player local multiplayer match mode with a full roster of teams and animal captains

In addition, here’s the reveal trailer of Soccer Story, coming to Stadia later this year.

We’ll have to wait and see if the Stadia team confirms Soccer Story via a blog post. However, there is a Stadia mention in the game’s website, and No More Robots has released games on Stadia in the past.

Another addition to help Stadia reach +100 games released on the platform this year. Keep an eye of all games on Stadia via our list!


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