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Epic Games has issued another update for Fortnite. Version 10.40 features The Combine, Zone Wars, improved Switch performance (including load times), and more.

Below are the full patch notes:

Slitherine Games and Black Lab Games’ 3D tactical game Battlestar Galactica Deadlock is on the way to Switch. It will release via the eShop on October 8.

Here’s an overview of Battlestar Galactica Deadlock, along with a trailer:

Cat Quest II will release for Switch on October 24, an eShop listing has revealed. The game was known to be heading to the eShop sometime this fall.

We have the following overview and trailer for Cat Quest II:

Home Sheep Home Farmageddon Party Edition is coming to Switch, Aardman Studios has announced. The Shaun the Sheep platform puzzle game will be available starting in October.

Here’s an overview of Home Sheep Home Farmageddon Party Edition, along with a trailer:

Game Freak has shared a short, 30-second trailer for Little Town Hero, which arrives on Switch next month. View it below.

Arcade Archives Scramble is due out on Switch this week, Hamster has announced. A worldwide release is planned for September 26.

Scramble originally debuted in 1981. It’s a horizontal shooter with various obstacles to overcome in its six different sections. Super Cobra would later follow as the game’s sequel.

Star Wars: Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast landed on the Switch eShop today. Get a look at some gameplay footage in the video below.

Publisher Daedlic Entertainment and developer Kong Orange have set a release date for Felix the Reaper. The game will launch via the eShop on October 17, the two sides announced.

Here’s an overview of Felix the Reaper, along with a couple of videos:

Night School Studios has readied a new trailer for Afterparty, which will arrive on Switch sometime in the future. Watch it below.

Update: Bumped to the top. Aspyr now says it is working on an update to add aim inversion, and it will be made available “in the coming weeks.”


Original: Only after it was announced in this month’s Nintendo Direct, Star Wars: Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast landed on the Switch eShop today. However, players were quick to notice an option that’s missing in the game’s settings.

Star Wars: Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast doesn’t have inverted controls. In other words, there’s no option to invert aim (y-axis/x-axis). A number of other settings are available, including support for gyro aiming on Switch, but not that one.

Aspyr has yet to say if it will be patching in the control option. If we hear anything about the situation, we’ll let you know.

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