Today, Lince Works and Merge Games announced that the Nintendo Switch version of Aragami: Shadow Edition will be delayed until the beginning of 2019. The developers have cited that they want to polish up the overall package as well as cross-play support with PC and Xbox One gamers.
Originally set for a Fall 2018 release, all those involved have decided to give the porting team more time to test and polish the game.
“The work done by our porting partners, Stage Clear, so far has been truly fantastic. But we all agree that with more time for testing and polishing we could ensure a much more solid experience. We’re in no rush so it’s best we just move our release by a couple of months. Plus, most of you are all still busy playing that new cowboy game anyway. :P” – David Leon, Studio Director, Lince Works
Aragami: Shadow Edition for Nintendo Switch includes the original base game, the Aragami: Nightfall expansion and all the available DLC.
The game and expansion will support full two-player online co-op that is compatible cross-play with PC and Xbox.
Aragami: Shadow Edition is set for digital release on the Nintendo eShop and physical version will be available in stores too.
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