Image & Form Games Teases A SteamWorld Amiibo

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On Twitter today, Image & Form Games announced it will be bringing SteamWorld Project 2017, the next entry in the SteamWorld series, to PAX East 2017. The announcement was accompanied by a picture that contained a hint related to the game. If people look closely, on the shelf next to the SteamWorld Heist logo art and above the copy of SteamWorld Collection for the Wii U, there is a Steambot amiibo that looks like SteamWorld Dig’s Rusty.

 

What we know so far about SteamWorld Project 2017 is that it will be coming to the Nintendo Switch. It will also be the fourth game in Image & Form Games’ series. Previous titles include SteamWorld Tower Defense, SteamWorld Dig, and SteamWorld Heist.

 

PAX East will be held March 10-12, 2017 in Boston, Massachusetts.


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