Yesterday, GungHo Online Entertainment announced that the upcoming free-to-play brawler Ninjala will be heading to Nintendo Switch on June 24, a few weeks after its previously announced May 27 release date. The company has cited complications with the development process due to COVID-19 shutdowns.
“Ninjala is near completion, but we are significantly limited in how quickly we can work to test and finalize the game when we cannot be in the same room,” said Kazuki Morishita, President & CEO of GOE. “Although we are working hard to launch Ninjala and release it to our fans, the health and safety of our employees is paramount. We apologize to our Ninjala fans who were eagerly anticipating its launch, and we ask for your understanding as we work to bring you the best game we can in this additional month.”
Ninjala will be free to play on the Nintendo Switch and will be available for download from the Nintendo eShop on June 24. A Nintendo Account and internet access are required to download Ninjala. Players will not need a Nintendo Switch Online subscription to play online.
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