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The deck-building card game Nowhere Prophet made it to consoles last week. We don’t have a full breakdown of the game’s sales currently, but it seems to be doing fairly well on Switch.

According to Mike Rose from publisher No More Robots, the opening weekend sales for Nowhere Prophet were 95 percent higher on Switch than PS4. Rose later said that when it comes to Sony’s console, they are “not even close to the sales we’re achieving on Switch and Xbox”.

Nowhere Prophet launched for Switch on July 30. It’s out now on the eShop.

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The free-to-play, magic-focused battle royale Spellbreak will support cross-progression between Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC at launch, developer Proletariat has announced.

Progression, customization, and stats can be carried over no matter which platform you’re playing on as long as you create an account. Cross-platform squads are also supported, along with the ability to find friends across all versions of the game.

Back in 2017, Nintendo held a CEDEC session that delved into the development of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Although that took place a few years ago, some of the images shared during the presentation are making the rounds today.

What fans may not know is that during the presentation – which was not open the public – Nintendo offered a look at early footage from the game. It unfortunately seems that we won’t be able to see that footage, though we at least have a few off-screen screenshots.

Swimsanity!, a four-player underwater shooter, hits the Switch eShop later this week. Find some early footage in the video below.

Swimsanity! is due out on the Switch eShop on August 6.

Vertext Pop, the developer behind Graceful Explosion Machine and Super Crush KO, today announced that it’s bringing We Are Doomed to Switch. The arcade action twin-stick shooter launches on August 13.

Here’s an overview of We Are Doomed, along with a trailer:

A new update is now available for Synaptic Drive. After installing the patch, a number of balance adjustments will be implemented.

Below are the full patch notes:

Aside from the Animal Crossing: New Horizons Starter Guide, My Nintendo has updated with several rewards in Europe. A bunch of discounts have been added in as well as a few 3DS themes.

Here’s the full lineup:

Atlus has released a bunch of screenshots from Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne HD Remaster. We have the full set below.

In Japan, Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne HD Remaster launches for Switch on October 29. The western release will follow in Spring 2021.

This week’s UK software sales are as follows:

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My Nintendo members in Europe are now able to redeem Platinum Points for the printable Starter Guide – Animal Crossing: New Horizons. This guide is a 25-page excerpt of beginners tips taken directly from the official Animal Crossing Companion Guide from Future Press. It can be obtained fro 75 Platinum Points here.