© Bang ShowbizJuicy Realm screenshot
'Juicy Realm' has been given a May release date for PC.
The roguelike top-down dual-stick shooter was first announced in November last year, and five months later, a release date has finally been confirmed.
'Juicy Realm' will be making its way to PC systems in the form of a digital download on Steam on May 3, where it will be available for $9.99 with the 10 percent launch week discount.
The game will be available in English, Japanese, and both simple and traditional Chinese.
'Juicy Realm' sees players lead a team of cute characters into a mysterious plant kingdom where the foliage has gained sentience and is trying to fight humanity to the top of the food chain.
Players must venture into the kingdom to do battle with evil fruit and veg, putting a stop to their deeds once and for all.
The game features randomly generated maps in locations such as forests, deserts, and the deep sea, as well as a range of different weapons to master including wrenches and shotguns.
There are also an endless supply of treasure chests to be found within the game, as well as a myriad of monsters and bosses to keep players entertained for days.
'Juicy Realm' can be played in a solo campaign, or players can team up with friends in a co-operative local multiplayer mode.
At present, the game only has release date information for PC systems, however it has been claimed that a port for the PlayStation 4 and the Nintendo Switch will be coming later this year.