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Action MMO Trove heading to Switch

Posted on May 26, 2021 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop


The action MMO Trove is heading to Switch, Gamigo confirmed today. It should be out sometime this summer, with a more specific release date to follow.

Here’s some information about Trove

An MMO unlike any other, Trove is charming, quirky, full of exciting content and constantly evolving. Players can experience voxel-packed adventures in vast and colourful cubic worlds or brave the darkest of dungeons to deck themselves out in fancy armour and mighty skills. They can also hop in for a short burst of fun, participating in fiendish mini games and puzzles, or battling it out in the action-packed Bomber Royale mode, making the game perfectly suitable for a portable experience. Whether they prefer to fight, craft, trade, explore, build, or just simply hang out with friends, Trove’s got something for everyone.

While every world is newly generated and different from the last, characters can also join their friends’ private worlds at any time. Here, imagination runs free as they design their own playscapes, landmasses and structures, or even a boat racing course. The best ideas can even be submitted for implementation into the game itself – to date, over 5,000 player entries have been added to Trove by gamigo.

The game’s RPG aspect with a growing range of classes accommodates the most diverse playstyles. Players can switch between them on the fly, allowing them to take the fight up close and personal as a Candy Barbarian or just hang back and pester enemies from afar with powerful ranged attacks as a Fae Trickster. Steering a flamethrower-equipped dragon into battle is also a popular option.

With Trove’s strength in player-driven content and a game world supporting endless creativity and imagination, the Nintendo Switch is the ideal platform for extending the game’s community.

Trove will be offered as a free-to-play title. More information about the Switch version will be shared soon.

Source: Gamigo PR

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