Dead Cells Is Coming to the Switch Later This Year

Dead Cells Is Coming to the Switch Later This Year

There's just chemistry between the game and the Switch. Developer Motion Twin has announced that when the PC version launches 1.0 later this year, the Switch version will launch at the same time.

Motion Twin says that fans have emailed the team begging for a Switch version for months and team, filled with life-long Nintendo fans decided it would be a flawless fit.

Available to play through Steam's Early Access since May 10, 2017, Dead Cells puts players in the role of a reanimated corpse fighting their way through increasingly challenging dungeons with an array of powers and weapons. According to the press release, the title has sold more than 600,000 copies already, prior to the official release.

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For those that have missed out on the incredible Metroid-Rogue-Vania experience, Dead Cells is hands down one of the greatest in the genre. It's made some waves in the community and seemed to be a flawless fit for the Switch, and now Motion Twin has announced that it is indeed coming to the platform.

Speaking with IGN, Motion Twin's Sebastien Benard and Steve Filby admitted they 'got behind the idea of a Switch release quite early, ' noting that much of the team were Ninty fans and had snapped up the console on launch day. He trusts his team, considering that they are on the right track. It now cost $19.99 on Steam, and it could have a similar price on consoles.

Remember that here you will find more news related to Dead Cells. Dead Cells is now available on Steam, again in early access, for $19. Hence, all PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch owners should be thrilled.

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