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Frima Studio’s co-op platformer Chariot will arrive on PSN for PS4 September 30 and Xbox One October 1, the developer announced today.

As described by creative lead and programmer Philippe Dion, Chariot revolves around physics-based mechanics, requiring a pair of players, as a princess and her fiancé, to push and pull the coffin of the princesses’ recently deceased father to his final resting place. And, while on the way, making a few side-trips to collect gold and gems to further decorate the sepulcher.

For lone wolves, Chariot can also be played solo, though such an undertaking might “require an enormous amount of creativity on your part if you decide to go it alone,” according to Dion.

You can check out Chariot in action by way of the obligatory launch trailer embedded above.

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Co-op platformer Chariot wheeling onto PS4 and Xbox One next week

By Chris Holzworth | 09/23/2014 04:30 PM PT

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Frima Studio’s co-op platformer Chariot will arrive on PSN for PS4 September 30 and Xbox One October 1, the developer announced today.

As described by creative lead and programmer Philippe Dion, Chariot revolves around physics-based mechanics, requiring a pair of players, as a princess and her fiancé, to push and pull the coffin of the princesses’ recently deceased father to his final resting place. And, while on the way, making a few side-trips to collect gold and gems to further decorate the sepulcher.

For lone wolves, Chariot can also be played solo, though such an undertaking might “require an enormous amount of creativity on your part if you decide to go it alone,” according to Dion.

You can check out Chariot in action by way of the obligatory launch trailer embedded above.

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