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Bad North: Jotunn Edition will be available for Switch on September 26, Raw Fury has announced.

As a reminder, this update includes campaign changes, difficulty enhancements, new features, and more. Additional information can be found below.

Raw Fury has shared a new trailer for the Bad North: Jotunn Edition update, which is coming soon to Switch. View it below.

Bad North has announced a new “Jotunn Edition” update. Due out this summer, it will feature campaign changes, difficulty enhancements, new features, and more.

Here’s the full rundown:

Another update is now available for Bad North on Switch. Version 1.07 has gone live, featuring bug fixes and improved anti-aliasing.

The full patch notes are as follows:

A new update has gone live for Bad North on Switch. Version 1.06 makes balance adjustments,  adds in features, improves performance, and fixes bugs.

The full patch notes are as follows:

Bad North has received a new update on Switch. Raw Fury and Plausible Concept are now distributing version 1.04.

With the new patch, the focus was “performance updates which should be especially noticeable on Switch.” The developer also “improved loading times, fixed a number of bugs and updated the application icons to make the game look a bit snazzier on your console home screen.”

The next update for Bad North is now available. With version 1.03, there are new balance changes, bug fixes, and user interface adjustments. 

The full patch notes are as follows:

Bad North’s next update is now available to download on Switch. Version 1.02 is live, addressing a number of bugs and making user interface adjustments.

Another update is also planned for Bad North “which comes with a large amount of gameplay and balance improvements.”

For now, below are today’s patch notes:

Bad North’s first update is live on Switch. A number of bugs have been fixed with version 1.01, along with a “severe framerate drop” that could take place in a few locations.

The full patch notes are as follows:

The art style may be minimalist, but make no mistake, Bad North will require maximum patience and planning to survive the Viking onslaught. I took a journey through its procedurally generated islands and lived to tell the tale. With permadeath looming over every mistake, the game relies replay value. Unfortunately, while I enjoyed coasting through Bad North’s combat, it didn’t leave me wanting more Viking blood on my hands.