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505 Games has provided another status update on the upcoming patches for Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night on Switch. Once again, the developers are aiming to improve the visuals and performance.

Players should anticipate two separate updates, one of which “will contain the vast majority of the improvements” while the other “will improve performance with a couple of especially troublesome areas and enemies.” They are targeted by the end of November.

Here’s the latest news:

Publisher 505 Games and developer Lab Zero Games have introduced a new trailer for Indivisible highlighting the game’s combat and characters. We’ve attached the video below.

Indivisible will be available on Switch later this year, but a specific release date has not yet been announced.

In the latest issue of Game Informer, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night director Koji Igarashi commented on the future of the IP and more.

Speaking with the magazine, Igarashi strongly indicated that the team has interest in making Bloodstained a series. However, he also pointed out that they could attempt “different world series” and eventually “challenge all kinds of different genres as well.”

505 Games and Lab Zero Games have shared the full animated opening for Indivisible, which was created by Studio Trigger and Titmouse with music by Hiroki Kikuta. Have a look at the video below.

Not too long after Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night launch, developer ArtPlay and publisher 505 Games decided to go back to the drawing board with the Switch version. A major patch has been in the works since then that is intended to improve the game in a number of areas, especially with performance an input lag.

505 Games community manager Jason Ryan provided a status update on the patch this week. Writing on Kickstarter, Ryan noted that there’s still no ETA, “but we are on track to deliver on our internal dates.”

Here’s the full status update:

Famitsu has shared a bit of new footage from Indivisible out of Gamescom 2019. Get a look at the gameplay below.

505 Games has announced that Indivisible will initially launch on October 8. Unfortunately, Switch seems to be the primary platform left behind and lacks a release date, but the game is said to be coming out later this year.

Indivisible will be showing off an updated demo showcasing Tai Krung City at Gamescom 2019 between August 20 and August 24 as well as PAX West 2019 between August 30 and September 2. This area “is a bustling metropolis crammed into a narrow mountain crevice, where Ajna and her allies will take to the rooftops to explore and battle a powerful kingpin to save this city of perpetual night from total domination.”

Here’s a new trailer for Indivisible:

Source: 505 Games PR

The Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night team issued the latest news about the Switch version today. Improvements are still and the works, and help is also being provided by WayForward as well as Epic/Unreal.

A 1.02 balance update should be live on Switch very soon, if not already. You can find the full patch notes below, along with the full status report on Bloodstained.

Portal Knights players on Switch have a lot to look forward to today. In addition to paid DLC, a free update is being made available for the sandbox action RPG.

Here’s what fans will find inside the “Elves, Rogues, and Rifts” DLC:

We finally have an update on Re:Legend, the co-op simulation RPG. The game is entering Steam Early Access next month, meaning we’re getting closer to its release.

Here’s a new trailer:

Re:Legend still doesn’t have a concrete release window, but we’ll hopefully have some news sometime after the Early Access period.