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Drawn to Life: Two Realms

Drawn to Life: Two Realms

505 Games and Digital Continue have shared the full patch notes for the recent Drawn to Life: Two Realms update. We previously noted that version 1.1 adds touch screen support for the Draw Tool and new content, but a number of issues have been addressed as well.

Below are the full patch notes:

Drawn to Life: Two Realms

505 Games and Digital Continue have readied a notable “Creative Pack” update for Drawn to Life: Two Realms. The 1.1 patch adds support for touch screen usage with the Draw Tool plus new content, including ten new challenge levels.

Below are the full patch notes:

– Touch screen control in Draw Tool (Nintendo Switch only)
– 20 additional stickers
– 15 additional templates
– 10 additional stamps
– 10 new challenge levels
– Minor bug fixing and quality of life improvements

We have a trailer showing today’s update below.

In celebration of today’s update, Drawn to Life: Two Realms can be purchased at 30 percent off through February 15 on the eShop.

Source: 505 Games PR

Drawn to Life: Two Realms

The Drawn to Life series has finally received a new entry thanks to the arrival of Two Realms on Switch. You can check out some footage of the game below.

Drawn to Life: Two Realms is available for Switch via the eShop.

Drawn To Life: Two Realms

The Drawn to Life series is back today with Drawn to Life: Two Realms on Switch. We have a new launch trailer for the game, which you can find below.

Drawn to Life: Two Realms will be available on Switch via the eShop starting today.

Drawn to Life: Two Realms

After many years without a new game, Drawn to Life is returning next week with its latest entry, Two Realms. 505 Games now has the franchise rights, and teamed up with Digital Continue to make the new project happen. A number of staffers who worked on previous Drawn to Life games are returning, so it’s looking like it’s in safe hands.

To learn more about Drawn to Life: Two Realms, Nintendo Everything recently spoke with Digital Continue founder Joseph Tringali. Tringali spoke about how the new game to be, reworking the experience for devices that don’t feature a stylus, the story, and what could lie ahead for the franchise’s future.

Here’s our full discussion:

Drawn to Life: Two Realms

The Drawn to Life franchise received a number of games during the Wii and DS days, but it’s been largely dormant over the past few years. Now, however, 505 Games and Digital Continue are bringing the IP back with a brand new entry titled Two Realms.

Digital Continue founder Joseph Tringali, who has served as an executive producer on the previous Drawn to Life games, recently spoke with us about the new title for Switch and the series in general. We asked about the possibility of past entries appearing on Nintendo’s current console, to which he said that’s something he’d be interested in. Fans should also be happy to hear that Tringali hopes to create a bigger sequel one day if Two Realms turns out to be a success.

Tringali told Nintendo Everything:

Drawn to Life: Two Realms

505 Games has made Drawn to Life: Two Realms official. It is being developed by Digital Continue rather than the defunct 5th Cell, though the title is said to be “brought to life by many of the original developers,” including over fifty new music tracks from the original franchise composer, a 2D world from the renowned original sprite artist, and continued story presented by the original executive producer of Drawn to Life as well as and Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter.

505 Games president Neil Ralley said in today’s announcement that the company is “unearthing the beloved and groundbreaking Drawn to Life franchise with a new version created for a new generation of gamers and platforms.” He added: “It’s been over a decade since the previous title so we can’t wait for new players and long-time fans to get their hands on Drawn to Life: Two Realms just in time for the holidays – the perfect opportunity for older fans with families to share an old favorite with their kids.”

Here’s an overview of Drawn to Life: Two Realms, along with the official trailer in English:

Drawn To Life: Two Realms

Drawn To Life: Two Realms was recently leaked for Switch through a rating from Taiwan. The leaks continue today, as the debut trailer has come online ahead of the official announcement.

Drawn To Life: Two Realms is an entirely new entry in the series. It’s also confirmed to be launching on December 7, meaning it’s just a month out.

Here’s the trailer:

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Drawn to Life: Two Realms

THQ and 5th Cell created the action-adventure series Drawn to Life in 2007. It was followed by a sequel known as Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter, not to mention the spinoff Drawn to Life: SpongeBob SquarePants Edition.

After THQ originally shut down, 505 Games acquired the IP rights. 505 hasn’t done much with the franchise, but it looks like that’s finally about to change.

Over in Taiwan, a new rating just surfaced for Drawn to Life: Two Realms. 505 Games is naturally confirmed as publisher, and the listing offers up the following description:

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