Indie developer Ben Esposito announced that the hole-making game Donut County will be release on Nintendo Switch and Xbox One on December 18. Previously released on PC, PlayStation 4, and iOS devices, the game will bring the delightfully devouring experience on the go with the Switch version, and on yet another console in the form of the Xbox One version.
Donut County, the critically acclaimed story-based physics puzzle game about a mysterious hole in the ground developed by Ben Esposito, is coming to Nintendo Switch on December 18. The title will retail for $12.99 in the Nintendo Game Store. As announced at The Game Awards last night, the game will also launch on Xbox One on December 18 as part of Xbox’s Winter of Arcade. Published by Annapurna Interactive, Donut County was praised for its clever storytelling around deeper themes of gentrification when it launched earlier this year on PlayStation 4, Steam, GOG and iOS.
In Donut County, players are given control over a hole in the ground, combine objects in the hole for surprising effects, solve puzzles by launching them back out, and ruin everyoneʼs day by devouring everything in sight.
Check out the trailer for the Switch version above, read Abram’s rave review here, and stay tuned for more news here on Gaming Trend.