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Prodeus gameplay

A new round of gameplay has come in for the Switch version of Prodeus. After a previous last-minute delay, Humble Games and Bounding Box Software brought the shooter to Switch.

If you’re interested in learning more about the title, read the following overview:

Prodeus release date final

The retro-styled first-person shooter Prodeus has received a final release date on Switch. Publisher Humble Games and developer Bounding Box Software confirmed today that the title will be ready to go on October 28, 2022.

Prodeus originally debuted on October 23. That was the original plan for Switch as well, but there was a last-minute delay. Humble Games mentioned that “the forces of chaos have struck the Nintendo Switch version, and we’ve encountered a pretty gnarly visual bug in the home stretch.”

Prodeus delayed

Prodeus was intended to ship on Switch this week, but the game has encountered a last-minute delay.

Only the Switch version has been affected at this time. Humble Games said in a statement that the the team encountered “a pretty gnarly visual bug in the home stretch”, prompting the delay.

Prodeus was intended to launch on September 23, which still appears to be the case for all platforms but Switch. The release date had just been announced last Friday.

Prodeus release date

Publisher Humble Games and developer Bounding Box Software today announced a release date for Prodeus, and it turns out that it’s just a few days away. The title is hitting Switch on September 23, 2022.

Prodeus, which was originally announced for Switch in 2018, is a retro-inspired first-person shooter. Further information is available below.

Bounding Box Software has announced Prodeus, a “first person shooter of old, re-imagined using modern rendering techniques.” The game is targeting Switch.

Here’s a bit of information about the project plus a trailer:

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