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The relentless action game Bloodroots finds its way to the Switch eShop today. Continue on below for a look at the official launch trailer.

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Bloodroots received new footage today, courtesy of Handheld Players. Around 30 minutes of the game is played through in this preview, so make sure to check out the bloody, acrobatic action below.

Bloodroots releases for Switch on February 28, 2020.

The fast-paced action game Bloodroots is coming to Switch on February 28, developer Paper Cult announced today. It will be sold digitally via the eShop.

Separately from the release date news, Paper Cult also revealed that Nick Suttner (Guacamelee 2, Celeste) was brought onboard to help flesh out and write the game’s characters and dialogue.

Here’s an overview of Bloodroots, along with a trailer:

IGN has provided a fresh look at the relentless action title Bloodroots. Take a look at the first eight minutes of the game below.

New footage of Bloodroots has emerged from GDC 2019. Take a look at 10 minutes of gameplay below.