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An hour of footage is now available for the new Switch version of It Takes Two. After the title first debuted in March 2021, it just landed on Nintendo’s console to close out the week.

You can learn more about the game in the following overview:

It Takes Two trailer

It Takes Two, one of the most acclaimed games of 2021, is now available on Switch and a new trailer has come in. Fans can get another look at the genre-bending platform adventure.

Further information can be found in the following overview:

It Takes Two graphics comparison

GameXplain has shared a new graphics comparison for the Switch and PS5 versions of It Takes Two.

Following previous rumors that EA was planning a port of the game for Nintendo’s console, the news was made official this week. An announcement was delivered during the new Nintendo Direct on Tuesday.

It Takes Two Switch

EA and Hazelight Studios have made it official that It Takes Two is heading to Switch. A release is planned for November 4.

The game, one of the most acclaimed titles of last year, was rumored for Nintendo’s console earlier in the month. A port was made official during a Nintendo Direct just moments ago.

It Takes Two

It Takes Two, one of the most acclaimed games of 2021, is rumored to making the jump to Switch.

A couple of people have come forward suggesting that a port will soon be announced. Giant Bomb’s Jeff Grubb, who already made the news this week after claiming that a Nintendo Direct will happen this month with Zelda news, says that It Takes Two will be shown off during the upcoming presentation.

It Takes Two

Hazelight Studios boss Josef Fares has all but ruled out a Switch version of its upcoming co-op adventure title It Takes Two. Fares told GamingBolt that he’s unsure if it would even be possible “because there’s so much going on” in the game.

Fares explained:

Hazelight Studios’ Lucas de Vries weighed in yesterday as to why A Way Out isn’t on Switch. Director Josef Fares has now commented as well.

Like de Vries, Fares pointed out that the game requires camera controls, which can’t really be done if you want to play on a single Joy-Con. He also brought up that the team hasn’t really looked into Switch yet, and he’s “not saying it will never happen.”

Earlier today, Hazelight Studios hosted a Reddit AMA. Fans were able to ask the team all sorts of questions, including why it won’t be on Switch.

Programmer Lucas de Vries pointed to Switch launching “quite late in our development cycle” as one reason for its absence. He also brought up how you would need to buy an extra Pro Controller for the game, “which seems like it would be a little unfair to the concept of the Switch.” Implementing single Joy-Con play also wouldn’t have really been an option due to the need for individual camera control.

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