Cobalt has been available in its Alpha stage since 2013 on PC and Mac. But at Gamescom 2015, developer Mojang announced that a brand new Cobalt is coming out.

New features, platforms and the possibility to create your own content are some of the interesting news about Cobalt. Read on and find out what we are talking about.

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Cobalt UK release date: When is Cobalt coming out?

According to Cobalt’s official website the new game will be available at some point in October 2015.

Cobalt’s platform: On which platform can I play Cobalt?

Cobalt will be released in October on Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Steam for the first time. However you will still be able to play the alpha version on PC and Mac. You can do it even now, following this link.

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Cobalt UK price: How much will Cobalt cost?

If you can’t wait to try Cobalt, we advise you to grab the deal offered by Oxeye Game Studio.

With the pre-order package, you will get the full version of the game as soon as it will be released; plus you’ll have immediate access to the alpha version for Windows and PC. More importantly, with the pre-order you’ll get Cobalt at a lower price compared to what you’ll have to pay after the release date.

The pre-order will cost you €9.95, which equate to about £8.28.

Although the price is given in euros, when paying, your bank will automatically convert euros to pounds.

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Cobalt gameplay

Cobalt is a 2D action platform game.

The storyline is quite basic; set in a fictional future, Cobalt is about a purple robot that has to shoot, fight, roll and jump over a crowd of unearthly enemies.

Cobalt is going to include several modes for both single and multiplayers, with cooperative adventure games and competitive modes. Plus, players will be able to create their own content through the map editor function.

Designed as a side scroller game, the scenes will be displayed from a side view camera angle, with an emphasis on lateral movement.

If our expectations will be met, Cobalt is going to be fairly compelling, especially for those who love action, speed and frenzy in games.

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