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Hello Games has issued a substantial update for the adventure game The Last Campfire. Version 1.0.6 includes additional puzzles, the ability to replay puzzles, the option to read the Wanderer’s Diary, and improvements.

The full patch notes are as follows:

Hello Games’ adventure game The Last Campfire The Last Campfire is officially out on Switch worldwide today. We have a new trailer below.

The Last Campfire is being distributed for Switch via the eShop.

New footage is in for The Last Campfire, Hello Games’ adventure title. Take a look at the gameplay in the video below.

Hello Games has put out an official gameplay video for its adventure game The Last Campfire. Check it out below.

The Last Campfire is already out for Switch in certain regions via the eShop, and should launch worldwide tomorrow.

Hello Games announced The Last Campfire for Switch during an Indie World Showcase earlier this year. Out of nowhere, the adventure title has just released. It’s currently live in Australia and Japan. It should launch in North America and Europe when the eShop updates tomorrow as well.

Here’s an overview of The Last Campfire, along with a trailer:

Hello Games today issued a new trailer for its adventure game The Last Campfire. Get a look at the video below.

The Last Campfire launches on Switch this summer.

In a new video from Hello Games, The Last Campfire lead designer Steven Burgess discusses the motivations for making the game over the first few minutes of footage. Watch it below.

No Man’s Sky developer Hello Games will release The Last Campfire on Switch, the developer has announced. The game will launch this summer.

Here’s an overview of The Last Campfire, along with a trailer:

No Man’s Sky, a game about “exploration and survival in an infinite procedurally generated universe,” got off to a rocky start when it debuted in 2016. However, Hello Games has continued to update the game since then. With the many improvements and features, the negative reception has kind of turned around.

Given Hello Games’ commitment to No Man’s Sky and its future, some might be wondering if we’ll ever see it on Switch. Director Sean Murray definitely seems open to the idea, having told Game Informer that he’d “be interested to see what’s possible.” He was quick to caution though that the team is “focused on what we’re doing right now.”