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Wildfrost "A Better Adventure" update

Wildfrost has gone live with a new update dubbed “A Better Adventure”.

The patch includes a new leader selection system, more rewards, an overhaul of the enemy wave system, and target preview for enemies. That’s on top of bug fixes and some other aspects.

Here’s the full rundown:

Wildfrost "Fixes and Tinkers" update

The next Wildfrost update, “Fixes and Tinkers”, has just gone live on Switch. This is also known as version 1.0.5.

A bunch of stuff is included in today’s update. It includes balancing and effect changes, an improved tutorial, turn order viewer, battle-specific map icons, skippable treasure, and bug fixes.

The full patch notes for the Wildfrost “Fixes and Tinkers” version 1.0.5 update are as follwos:

Wildfrost update 1.0.5

Wildfrost has received a new update, version 1.0.5.

The patch includes card balancing, a new turn order viewer, and improved tutorials. As usual, there are bug fixes as well.

The full patch notes for the Wildfrost version 1.0.5 update are as follows:

Wildfrost gameplay

Chucklefish brought Wildfrost to Switch this week, and we have a lengthy batch of gameplay. 40 minutes of footage shows off the tactical roguelike deckbuilder.

For more information about the title, check out the following overview:

Wildfrost release date

Thanks to Chucklefish, Deadpan Games, and Gaziter, we have a release date for Wildfrost. It’s been confirmed that the tactical roguelike deckbuilder is heading to Switch on April 12, 2023.

Chucklefish originally announced Wildfrost for Switch last May. It was initially planned for the fall, but the project ended up seeing a delay.


Chucklefish, Deadpan Games, and Gaziter today announced Wildfrost. The tactical roguelike deckbuilder arrives on Switch this fall.

For more on Wildfrost, read the following overview:

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