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Publisher Playdius has announced that an update for the recently released open-world parkour title Hover is now available for download on Nintendo Switch.

Although no patch notes have been released, Playdius took to Twitter to lay out some of the changes, which include changes to online play, social functionality, and more. Check out the tweet below.

 

Hover is finally coming to Switch next month, a listing on the European eShop reveals. The game is lined up for September 20.

Hover features a futuristic open world as a single and multiplayer parkour game. We have more details and a trailer below.

A few different Switch games either support cross-platform play or intend to in the future such as Rocket League. Hover: Revolt of Gamers is another title that will make use of the feature.

Hover was just updated on Steam today to support cross-platform play. That means when the game comes to Switch, it should be supported out of the gate. Hover players on Switch will be able to match up with others on the Xbox One and PC.

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Yet another upcoming Switch title is confirmed to be playable at Gamescom next week. On Twitter, it was announced that Hover: Revolt of Gamers will have a Switch demo.

The brief tweet confirms:


This should be the first time that Hover: Revolt of Gamers will be playable on Switch for the public.

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A Switch version of Hover: Revolt of Gamers, Fusty Games’ upcoming action-adventure title, was confirmed earlier in the year. The project is now wrapping up with the Steam release planned for the end of May.

When Hover: Revolt of Gamers is ready on other platforms, it’ll be receiving a physical release. That may include Switch as well.

When a fan asked about a physical version for consoles, the team said on Twitter:


Switch is a console, so hopefully the system will be included with any physical release plans. We’ll let you know if we hear anything official.

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Jet Set Radio composer Hideki Naganuma is on board with Hover: Revolt of Gamers for the project’s music. Two tracks were made for the upcoming game, and while both are now live in the Steam Early Access version, you can also listen to them on Soundcloud.


Hover: Revolt of Gamers was originally funded on Kickstarter in 2014. It doesn’t appear to be planned for Wii U anymore, but a Switch version is in the cards.

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The newest look at Hover: Revolt of Gamers provides a look at the game’s city. View a new time lapse video below.