This week it was announced that two of Cartoon Network’s most popular shows, Steven Universe: Save the Light and OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes, will be bundled onto the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 later this year in RPG form.

Steven Universe: Save the Light follows an original story by show creator Rebecca Sugar and acts as the sequel to the Steven Universe mobile game Attack the Light. The familiar cast–along with some new characters–train to stop a mysterious new gem heading to Steven’s world. This will be the first hard copy version of the game; it was released digitally for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One last October.

OK K.O.! Let’s Play Heroes is an action RPG which also features an original story that series creator Ian Jones-Quartey collaborated on. This story begins with Lord Boxman resetting the card levels of all heroes in Lakewood Plaza Turbo. Fortunately, K.O. is there to save the day! This will be the first hard copy release of this game as well; it was released digitally for some platforms back in January.

These games can either be bought in a bundle for a reduced price or bought separately. It seems that the bundle will be available starting at $39.99 or £34.99. Save the Light will be going for $24.99 or £19.99 on the Switch’s eshop, and Let’s Play Heroes will be a tad cheaper at $19.99 or £17.99.

OK K.O.! centers around K.O., who is training to become the world’s greatest hero.

The bundle will be out in stores on October 30 in North America and November 2 in Europe; presumably, this will be true of the individual games on the Switch’s eshop as well, which has not seen a release of any of these games yet.

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