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Earlier today, 505 Games and Typhoon Games ended up bringing Journey to the Savage Planet to Switch as part of a surprise release. View some footage from the title below.

Journey to the Savage Planet is out now on the Switch eShop. A physical version will begin to launch around late June.

Indivisible is already available on the Switch eShop, but a physical version is also on the way. 505 Games has passed along some information as to when we’ll be seeing the game at retailers.

505 says that the physical edition is due out across Europe on June 25 / June 26, “with availability in the Americas in the days following as supply chain allows.” Also, in partnership with H2 Interactive, Korea and Hong Kong will have the game on May 28. Spike Chunsoft will handle distribution in Japan on July 16.

Source: 505 Games PR

Plenty of speculation has surfaced about a Switch version of Journey to the Savage Planet after the game was spotted at multiple retailers. Publisher 505 Games finally made the news official today, and has announced that the initial launch is actually taking place today.

Journey to the Savage Planet will be out worldwide on the eShop with the exception of Russia, where the release is planned for May 28. A physical version will be offered on June 25 / June 26, “with availability in the Americas in the days following as supply chain allows.”

Here’s a bit of information about Journey to the Savage Planet, along with a trailer:

Today, Indivisible received a new 1.01 update on Switch. It includes support for 1080p resolution when the system is docked, performance improvements, and more.

The full patch notes are as follows:

The fantasy sandbox game Portal Knights has received a new Legendary Edition, publisher 505 Games and developer Keen Games have announced. It’s available digitally on the eShop.

Portal Knights contains the base game and all expansions, including Druids, Furfolk, and Relic Defense. Here’s a full rundown of everything in the package:

To promote the arrival of Zengetsu in Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, 505 Games and ArtPlay have readied a new trailer. We’ve attached it below.

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is getting its Zangetsu and Randomizer update in late May/early June. We have plenty of information as to what’s in store here.

505 Games and Lab Zero Games have announced that Indivisible will soon be receiving the premium expansion Razmi’s Challenges. For the Switch version, it’s expected to go live by the end of the month.

Here’s a full breakdown of the DLC:

505 Games and ArtPlay are still going strong with Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night. It was previously announced that an update is planned that’ll include new playable character Zangetsu and a “Randomizer” mode. Today, it was confirmed that this will be made available on Switch between late May and early June.

Here’s a full overview of both features:

505 Games has provided another update on the surprise release of Indivisible on Switch, which was published on the Switch eShop this week without any sort of advance announcement.

The company explained that April 28 was actually the original intended launch date for Switch, and “was set to automatically go live on that date.” However, it was later decided to delay the game to early May for a launch update with 1080p resolution, a frame rate toggle, and more. Since the release tool didn’t make any changes, the game went live “to the surprise of everyone involved, including 505 Games.”

Here’s the full statement from 505, including another update for those that backed Indivisible previously:

The hack and slash deck-building hybrid Book of Demons is out today on Switch as a digital download from the eShop. View some footage in the video below.