No Heroes Here Brings Fast-Paced Tower Defense Action to PlayStation 4

Nintendo Switch and Xbox One versions on their way

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Brazil-based Indie developer Mad Mimic Interactive has announced the official PlayStation 4 release of No Heroes Here.

Originally released on PC and Mac via Steam, No Heroes Here is a modern take on the classic tower defense genre that will have anywhere from 1 – 4 players working to defend their castle from incoming attackers. For more information, check out the list of key features below:

  • 1 to 4 players
  • Local and online multiplayer
  • 2 Game Modes: Normal and Nightmare
  • Normal mode not challenging enough? Nightmare mode offers the frighteningly ominous reality of a true horde invasion!
  • 3 Kingdoms, 54 castles, and 9 challenges
  • Three different regions with each their own mechanics, enemies, and quirks.


No Heroes Here is now available on PlayStation 4 and Steam. The game is slated to release on both Nintendo Switch and Xbox One as well, however a specific release date for either has yet to be given. Are you up to the task of being a non-hero yourself? Let us know in the comments below!

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