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Yooka-Laylee will finally end up on Switch next week. And over in Europe, the game’s price point has been confirmed. The 3D platformer will cost €39.99 / £34.99, which should be $39.99.

Yooka-Laylee currently goes for the same amount on other digital marketplaces. The only tricky thing here is that physical copies on the likes of PlayStation 4 and Xbox One cost much less. As we know though, Yooka-Laylee has no physical version on Switch – at least for now.

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A live stream was hosted for Yoku’s Island Express yesterday, and a brand new area was shown. Viewers were shown Mokumana Island, the home of Yoku and Yoku’s Island. Check out the full recording below.

A new update has gone live for Overcooked: Special Edition. Switch players now have access to version 1.1.0.

The developers behind Overcooked have said that the update addresses a bug with the controls and 8-way movement. We’re unsure if the patch encompasses anything else. If any other news comes in, we’ll keep you updated.

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Playtonic finally delivered the news Switch fans had been waiting for regarding Yooka-Laylee. After a fairly lengthy wait, the 3D platformer is confirmed for December 14 as an eShop download.

Nintendo Life spoke with Playtonic Games’ creative lead and managing director Gavin Price following the news. Price talked about the original reception, how Yooka-Laylee’s visuals on Switch stack up to other versions, and a possible physical release.

Comments to these topics can be found below. The full interview is located here.

Yooka-Laylee was confirmed for Switch many months ago. However, it wasn’t until today that we received a release date for the game. Playtonic will have the game ready for a December 14 launch on the eShop.

In an interview with Eurogamer, Playtonic director Gavin Price commented on the long wait. Price explained that since Switch is a new platform and the team is using a middleware engine, “it adds another link to the change” and they’ve had lots to learn. He did reiterate that Unity and Nintendo, as well as publisher Team17, provided assistance on a technical level.

IGN posted a new video showing some of the first off-screen Yooka-Laylee footage on Switch. Take a look at the gameplay below.

Playtonic has confirmed Yooka-Laylee’s resolution on Switch. When playing docked, the game runs at 900p. It’ll drop down to 600p in portable mode.

After many months of waiting, Playtonic just announced today that Yooka-Laylee is heading to Switch on December 14. Pre-orders will begin a week prior.

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Yooka-Laylee is launching for Switch on December 14, Playtonic has announced. Pre-orders will start on the eShop beginning December 7.

Playtonic says that Yooka-Laylee “features a shed-load of polish and updates” on Switch. These include single Joy-Con play in all eight multiplayer games and a custom achievement system. Improvements that have been made to Yooka-Laylee over time will also be in the Switch version, including a new camera mode, control improvements, menu options, music, and more.

The physical version of Overcooked: Special Edition has a release date. Team17 has announced that it’s currently slated for February 13 in North America and Europe (including the UK).

Two other Team17 games will also be sold physically on Switch. Worms W.M.D and Yoku’s Island Express will be offered at retail next year.

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Worms W.M.D arrived on Switch this past week. Different multiplayer options are included in the game, such as local play and online support.

The one downside with online play is that it isn’t really easy to connect for friends. It’s true that you can find other players in lobbies. However, directly inviting friends isn’t possible, which Team17 partially attributed to Switch’s lack of system-wide invite feature.

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