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Devolver Digital is delaying the release of Ape Out by a few weeks. Its now scheduled for February 28, with the team apparently looking to ensure that the game hits 60 frames per second.

Ape Out will cost $14.99 / £10.99 / €14.99 on the Switch eShop. Pre-orders are open now.

Here’s a new trailer:

Source: Devolver Digital PR

Downwell arrives today on the Switch eShop. To celebrate, Devolver Digital published a launch trailer, which we have below.

Devolver Digital is publishing another game on Switch this week in the form of Downwell. Take a look at some footage below.

To celebrate today’s launch, Pikuniku has received a new launch trailer. We’ve included the video below.

IGN posted a new gameplay video for Pikuniku today that gives us a look at the final build. Check out the footage below.

Devolver Digital shared a new trailer today for the puzzle-exploration game Pikuniku. Get a look at the video below.

Last month, Sabotage revealed Picnic Panic as free DLC for The Messenger. That might not be all for the game though, as two more packs could be possible.

As part of a Q&A with fans, director Thierry Boulanger described Picnic Panic as “an experiment.” While the team prepares for potentially “bigger things for the future,” it also wanted to “support and add more content to The Messenger.”

Pikuniku is just a few weeks out from hitting Switch. Devolver Digital will be publishing the game on January 24, an eShop listing confirms.

We have the following overview and trailer for Pikuniku:

Devolver Digital has set a release date for the Switch version of Downwell. Thanks to the company’s Discord channel, we have confirmation that it’ll arrive on January 31.

We have the following overview and trailer for Downwell:

After it’s been out for just a week, Nomada Studio has announced that Gris has already turned a profit. That news was shared on Twitter a short while ago.

It’s unclear just how much Gris has sold at this point. We’re also unsure how the game has sold on Switch. However, we do know that it is charting pretty high on the eShop charts – it currently sits at #7 for all titles and #2 for digital-only releases in the United States.