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Orangeblood, a 2D sprite-based RPG, lands on Switch this week. Find some early footage in the video below.

Orangeblood launches for Switch via the eShop on October 1.

Playism and Grayfax Software have secured a release date for Orangeblood, a JRPG inspired by 90s hip-hop. The game is launching for Switch via the eShop on October 1.

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

Orangeblood, a JRPG inspired by 90s hip-hop, has a slightly more specific release window on Switch. Publisher Playism and developer Grayfox Software have today confirmed a Q2 2020 launch window on Nintendo’s console.

Here’s the latest information on Orangeblood:

Playism has announced the delay of the release of Grayfax Software-developed RPG Orangeblood from what was slated to be a November release window to early 2020. The reason given was “in order to polish the game to the highest quality,” the publisher announced.

The game, set in an alternate timeline at the end of the 20th century, shows off a subtropical island where players can explore the faded, rusty world filled with hanging out in bars and gun fights with cute girls. The guns themselves are randomly generated and pack quite the punch.

This interesting title is in the works for PC (Steam,) Switch, PS4 and Xbox One.

Orangeblood is coming to Switch, developer Grayfax Software and publisher Playism have announced. It will initially be hitting Steam in November, though it has yet to be dated for Nintendo’s console.

Here’s an overview of Orangeblood: