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The physical release of Ministry of Broadcast is seeing a significant delay. Today, PM Studios and acttil announced that copies won’t be offered at retail until October 6.

“We understand just how much fans are looking forward to this physical edition and did everything in our power to meet the original release date, but due to the current global situation, we have made the difficult decision to delay the release in order to ensure a smooth and safe release schedule,” an official statement reads.

Ministry of Broadcast, the narrative driven 2D cinematic platformer, has been given a new launch trailer. We have it below.

New footage is in for Ministry of Broadcast, the narrative-driven single player cinematic platformer. View the gameplay below.

Ministry of Broadcast is due out for Switch on April 28. A physical version will follow on May 26.

Hitcents has issued a new “Gameplay Preview” video for Ministry of Broadcast, the narrative driven 2D cinematic platformer. Watch it below.

Ministry of Broadcast launches via the eShop on April 30, followed by a physical edition on May 26.

The story-driven action game Ministry of Broadcast will launch physically for Switch on April 28, PM Studios and acttil have announced. Presumably, the digital version will either be out earlier or on the same day.

A special pre-order package was also revealed today known as the “Steelbook Edition”. Reserve the game to receive a customized steelbook packaged in an O-sleeve. Pricing is set at $39.99.

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

Ministry of Broadcast, a narrative-driven single player cinematic platformer, has received its latest trailer. Give it a look below.

Hitcents has issued a new trailer for the narrative-driven single player cinematic platformer Ministry of Broadcast. View it below.

The 2D action adventure roguelite A Robot Named Fight continues to be updated on Switch. Players can now encounter the new area Crystal Mines, along with new bosses, enemies, and more.

Below are the full patch notes:

The parkour first-person shooter Get to the Orange Door is on the way to Switch, publisher Hitcents has announced. A release date has yet to be confirmed.

Here’s an overview of Get to the Orange Door:

A Robot Named Fight is still receiving new updates. Another patch was issued today, which introduces a new 4-player co-op mode where one player plays as Fight and up to three more players can join in as orbs. Bug fixes, room revisals, balance changes, and more are also included.

Below are the latest patch notes for the PC version, which also applies to Switch: