After a round of delays, it looks like Shovel Knight is finally on track to save his kingdom from the forces of darkness. With all courses set for go, developer Yacht Club Games has released the game's final trailer and it looks like they've saved the best one for last.
The launch trailer for Shovel Knight shows off more of the game's retro aesthetic, but also suggests a fairly lengthy campaign that stretches across a large variety of environments. The locales include an airship, an icy tundra, a watery dungeon, a lava-filled fortress and much more.
The long wait for Shovel Knight ends this Thursday on PC, Wii U, and 3DS.