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Hades saw a surprise release on Switch as part of today’s Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase. For a look at some footage, check out the video below.

Hades is out now on Switch via the eShop.

Two new games are making their way to Switch today. The Long Dark, along with Hades, will both be available on the eShop.

We have the following trailers for The Long Dark and Hades:

Hades was previously announced to be getting cross-save on Switch. Although that’s still the case, it’ll be coming a bit later on.

Supergiant Games said today that the team “encountered some setbacks in the final testing of this feature.” The functionality will now be added later on to avoid a delay of the title’s proper launch.

The full statement reads:

This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, we’re joined by special guests Daim Dziauddin and Wan ‘Haz’ Hazmer, directors of No Straight Roads for Nintendo Switch. They share their experiences of working in the Japanese game industry at Capcom and Square Enix, leading them to found their own business back in their home of Malaysia. We’re very excited to highlight the important work they’re doing for the Malaysian games industry—both of them have a lot of passion and excitement for games, and it shows! Both guests bring a bunch of energy and insight as we cover all the indie goodness in Nintendo’s Indie World Showcase. Jump into today’s episode, full of Nindie goodness!

It’s another big episode—check out links and timestamps below and come hang out.

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Supergiant has announced its latest game for Switch. Hades, a god-like rogue-like dungeon crawler, is coming to the console this fall. Cross-saves with the PC version will be supported.

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