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Chucklefish, Deadpan Games, and Gaziter today announced Wildfrost. The tactical roguelike deckbuilder arrives on Switch this fall.

For more on Wildfrost, read the following overview:

When Eastward landed on Switch last year, it was accompanied by a physical version – but only in Japan. Now, however, Chucklefish and Pixpil have teamed up with iam8bit and Skybound Games for new boxed editions in the west.

What we’ll be seeing first is a standard release, which is planned for May 24, 2022. All copies include an exclusive Eastward chibi-style sticker.

Publisher Chucklefish and developer Robust Games have confirmed that Loco Motive, a point-and-click mystery-comedy game, is on the way to Switch. A release is planned for Summer 2022.

For more on Loco Motive, check out the following overview:

A significant 1.1.0c update has come to the Switch version of Eastward. It comes with new features like fast travel and bookmark chapter selection, a ton of bug fixes, and quality of life adjustments.

Below are the full patch notes for the Eastward version 1.1.0c update:

A significant 1.1.0 update is on the way to Eastward, it’s been announced.

The game will be getting new features like the ability to start a new game from a specific chapter, fast travel, and new graphics modes. Many bug fixes and improvements are planned as well.

Find the full patch notes for the Eastward 1.1.0 update below. Note that there may be slight spoilers.

A physical version of Pathway is in the works. Following the digital version from Chucklefish and Robotality, Limited Run Games is now preparing a boxed version. The announcement was just made today.

Pathway, a turn-based strategy game, first released on Switch back in May. The game has players forming a team of adventurers to journey through the desert-wilderness.

Here’s some additional information:

Publisher Chucklefish and developer Pixpil have gone live with a new update for Eastward on Switch, as version 1.0.5 is now available. It comes with bug fixes as well as a few changes.

Below are the full patch notes:

Publisher Chucklefish and developer Pixpil have shared a launch trailer for Eastward, their new adventure title.

For those that haven’t been keeping up with our previous coverage, check out the following overview:

Eastward has thus far only been confirmed as a physical release on Switch in the west – at least at launch. But in Japan, it will be distributed by Kakehashi Games and will have two different boxed versions. Alongside a standard copy, fans will be able to pick up a collector’s edition.

The Eastward Collector’s Edition features a couple of physical goodies. Aside from the game, buyers will be given the original soundtrack and a mini figure. Note that all physical copies include two sticker sheets and reversible boxart.

Eastward has finally secured a release date. The game will be available on September 16, Chucklefish and Pixpil confirmed today.

Eastward will initially launch on Switch as a timed console exclusive.

Here’s some information about Eastward plus a trailer:


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