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ScourgeBringer has been updated to version 1.0.4 on Switch. One of the main highlights is that in handheld mode, the game now features 1080p and 60 frames per second.

Below are the full patch notes:

Update (11/5): Play-Asia has now opened pre-orders here.

Original (11/2): The fast-paced free-moving roguelite platformer ScourgeBringer recently launched on the Switch eShop. It’s now getting a physical release courtesy of Eastasiasoft and Play-Asia.

Fans can purchase a standard copy or limited edition. The latter version will only have 2,000 copies and includes the following:

Dear Villagers and Flying Oak have shared the animated launch trailer for ScourgeBringer, a fast-paced free-moving roguelite platformer. Check it out below.

ScourgeBringer is out today for Switch as an eShop download.

ScourgeBringer, a fast-paced free-moving roguelite platformer, is releasing on Switch in just a few days. View some early footage in the video below.

ScourgeBringer is slated for October 22 on the Switch eShop.

The rogue lite platformer ScourgeBringer has a week to go until its launch on Switch. But fans can try out the game early thanks to a new demo, which is arriving on the eShop today.

Dear Villagers and Flying Oak Games have also prepared a new gameplay trailer for ScourgeBringer. Get a look at the video below.

Dear Villagers, Flying Oak Games, and E-Studio today set a release date for ScourgeBringer, a fast-paced free-moving roguelite platformer. The title is due out digitally via the eShop on October 21.

Here’s an overview of ScourgeBringer, along with a trailer:

Flying Oak Games, E-Studio, and Dear Villagers have announced that the fast-paced free-moving roguelite platformer ScourgeBringer is coming to Switch. A launch window has not yet been announced, though this is the first confirmation of a release on Nintendo’s console.

We have the following overview and trailer for ScourgeBringer:

A physical copy for the twin-stick shooter RPG NeuroVoider is in the works, Red Art Games has announced. Pre-orders go live this Thursday on the company’s website.

Fans will have an opportunity to purchase the title as a premium edition. The package includes the game, a cardboard sleeve, five exclusive postcards, and a poster.

As of late, many developers and publishers have detailed the successes they’ve experienced on the Switch eShop. A number of games have sold better on Nintendo’s console than other platforms.

Some have chalked this up to Switch being early on in its lifecycle. Others have said that it’s due to a lack of games. But as the eShop continues to get more and more crowded – especially over the last few weeks – those arguments may not hold up as well.

Neurovoider is out now on the eShop as one of the new digital games on Switch today. Get a look at some footage below.