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When the eShop updates tomorrow, What Remains of Edith Finch will be available worldwide on Switch. Have a look at some footage below.

A trailer has come in to promote the announcement of What Remains of Edith Finch on Switch. You can watch the video below.

What Remains of Edith Finch launches for Switch via the eShop on July 4.

What Remains of Edith Finch is coming to Switch, a listing on the Japanese eShop reveals. The highly acclaimed game is actually due out in just one week. According to the eShop, a release is planned for July 4.

Here’s an overview of What Remains of Edith Finch, along with a trailer:

Sayonara Wild Hearts, first announced for Switch at The Game Awards in December, was playable at PAX East 2019. Watch some footage captured at the event below.

Annapurna Interactive has published a new launch trailer for Donut County, which hits Switch on December 18. Watch it below.

The team behind Donut County made a surprise announcement today that Donut County is coming to Switch. The game is just a few days off, with a release planned for December 18.

Here’s an overview plus a trailer:

During The Game Awards, Simogo revealed Sayonara Wild Hearts for Switch. It’s a new rhythm game that will be published by Annapurna. A release is planned for 2019.

Here’s a trailer:

Gone Home is out now on the Switch eShop today. A physical version will be offered as well, but it might be awhile before you can get your hands on it.

iam8bit is taking pre-orders here. The package includes the cartridge, premium reversible cover insert, and foldout poster.

The physical version of Gone Home is estimated for release in Q1 2019 as a result of “extended production times for Nintendo Switch cartridges”.

Gone Home launches on Switch later today. For a look at the game running on Nintendo’s console, check out the footage below.

Gone Home will take slightly longer to reach Switch. Originally planned for tomorrow, the eShop release will now be taking place on September 6. This applies to both North America and Europe.

September 6 won’t only just be the launch of Gone Home on Switch. Publisher Annapurna Interactive has also teased “some additional news to share then”.

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