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Gerda A Flame in Winter release date

Publisher Dontnod Entertainment and developer PortaPlay have announced a final release date for Gerda: A Flame in Winter. The narrative RPG-lite game is slated for release on September 1, 2022, the two sides confirmed today.

Gerda: A Flame in Winter was announced for Switch during an Indie World Showcase last year. Originally, it had a vague 2022 launch window.

Square Enix and Deck Nine have readied a new trailer for Life is Strange Remastered Collection, which is planned for Switch. The package will be available on Switch later this year.

Here’s some information about Life is Strange Remastered Collection:

Life is Strange Remastered Collection gameplay

Square Enix and Deck Nine have debuted the first gameplay from Life is Strange Remastered Collection. The five-minute clip showcases enhanced versions of first two games in the series with updated character models, improved motion capture, and more.

The improvements include:

Life is Strange Remastered Collection Switch

Life is Strange Remastered Collection, which was planned for February 1, has now been delayed specifically on Switch.

All other platforms will be getting the title in a couple of weeks as last planned. However, Switch players will need to wait until later in 2022.

The full statement regarding the Life is Strange Remastered Collection Switch delay reads:

Gerda A Flame in Winter

Publisher Dontnod Entertainment and developer PortaPlay are teaming up on Gerda: A Flame in Winter, an “intimate narrative RPG-lite experience”. The game stars Gerda “as her quiet life is turned upside down during the World War 2 occupation of her home.”

More information about Gerda: A Flame in Winter can be found below.

The Life is Strange and Vampyr developer, Dontnod Entertainment is establishing a new studio in Montreal, Canada according to a PR email that has been sent out. The apparent reason for the expand is for the French developer to be closer to its North American fans, but the email also mentions a new project they will be working on in this studio.

It’s also worth mentioning that apparently only French versions of this email have been sent out thus far, and an official English translation is not available at this time. You can check out the complete PR email unofficially translated to English below, courtesy of GoNintendo:


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