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Update: Angry Mob Games has clarified that the patch is not actually live for users just yet, but it has been submitted. Expect it around a week or so. We’ll keep track of the situation.


Original: Angry Mob Games has delivered a substantial new patch for Brawlout. Version 1.1.0 has started distribution on Switch today.

Brawlout has had a bunch of new features added in pertaining to Brawlout TV, new achievements, and more. It also implements several fixes and character balancing adjustments.

The full patch notes are as follows:

Brawlout has reached a major milestone on Switch. As announced by Angry Mob Games on Twitter, the game has surpassed 50,000 players on Switch. That was done in the game’s first two weeks.

Here’s the official tweet:


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After it was first made known in August, the Switch version of Brawlout released on Switch this week. It was confirmed a few days ago that a patch is due out very soon. The update is arriving “shortly after launch which addresses any minor frame stutters or crashes”.

Interestingly, it seems there’s a bit more to the patch. Angry Mob Games shared a few more details with fans over on Reddit.

Brawlout is out now on Switch as one of the system’s latest digital downloads. Angry Mob Games has passed along some news that a patch will be released “shortly after launch which addresses any minor frame stutters or crashes”.

We also have Brawlout’s official launch trailer. Have a look at the video below.

Source: Angry Mob Games PR

Several videos are in showing off Brawlout running on Switch. We’ve included four separate gameplay videos below.

Brawlout is a week away from arriving on Switch. To prepare for launch, you can now pre-load the game on the North American eShop.

You may want to take advantage of pre-loading if you’re interested in Brawlout. The process lets you make a purchase in advance and download most of the necessary data. Then on launch day, you’ll be able to begin playing almost right away.

Source: Switch eShop

Angry Mob Games has announced that Brawlout is reaching Switch later this month. The game will be sold on the eShop beginning December 19 for $19.99. You’ll be able to pre-load the game on December 12.

Also revealed today is a new guest character for the game. Juan Aguacate, who originates from Guacamelee, will be included on the roster.

More information about Brawlout can be found below, along with a trailer.

We found out that Brawlout is in the works for Switch back in August. News about the game has been relatively quiet since then, but you’ll be happy to hear that it’s not too far off. The official Brawlout Twitter account says that a release is planned within the next month

Here’s the tweet in question:


Thanks to Mariano Z for the tip.

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Brawlout is heading to Switch, a listing on the European Switch eShop reveals. A release is planned for late 2017.

Brawlout is a party fighting game that debuted on Steam earlier this year. It’s “designed for couch play, online ranked matches and competitive tournaments.”

We have plenty of details about Brawlout in the overview below. A trailer for the game is also attached past the break.