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505 Games has issued a statement surrounding Lab Zero Games, the developer it partnered with on the creation of Invisible. Lab Zero essentially shuttered this summer following allegations of misconduct against lead designer and programmer Mike Zaimont. After Zaimont refused to resign and gave an ultimatum to employees, most of its staffers departed.

505 Games is the publisher for Indivisible, and new content was expected for the game prior to this summer’s allegations. Unfortunately, due to what transpired, it’s now confirmed that “there will unfortunately be no more production on the game” – including guest characters and backer-created characters. A final update for the Switch version should release next week with Razmi’s Challenges, New Game+ and couch co-op.

The full statement reads:

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505 Games and Lab Zero Games’ action-RPG Indivisible is receiving the TV treatment.

According to a Deadline report, Meg LeFauve (Inside Out) and Jonathan Fernandez (Rob the Mob) will be writing and serving as executive producers. The site adds that DJ2 Entertainment, a company that focuses on turning games into shows and movies such as Sonic the Hedgehog, is producing alongside Legendary Television.

The upcoming Indivisible show is currently planned for Peacock, NBCUniversal’s streaming service.



Indivisible is already available on the Switch eShop, but a physical version is also on the way. 505 Games has passed along some information as to when we’ll be seeing the game at retailers.

505 says that the physical edition is due out across Europe on June 25 / June 26, “with availability in the Americas in the days following as supply chain allows.” Also, in partnership with H2 Interactive, Korea and Hong Kong will have the game on May 28. Spike Chunsoft will handle distribution in Japan on July 16.

Source: 505 Games PR

Today, Indivisible received a new 1.01 update on Switch. It includes support for 1080p resolution when the system is docked, performance improvements, and more.

The full patch notes are as follows:

505 Games and Lab Zero Games have announced that Indivisible will soon be receiving the premium expansion Razmi’s Challenges. For the Switch version, it’s expected to go live by the end of the month.

Here’s a full breakdown of the DLC:


505 Games has provided another update on the surprise release of Indivisible on Switch, which was published on the Switch eShop this week without any sort of advance announcement.

The company explained that April 28 was actually the original intended launch date for Switch, and “was set to automatically go live on that date.” However, it was later decided to delay the game to early May for a launch update with 1080p resolution, a frame rate toggle, and more. Since the release tool didn’t make any changes, the game went live “to the surprise of everyone involved, including 505 Games.”

Here’s the full statement from 505, including another update for those that backed Indivisible previously:


Despite not having a prior announcement, Indivisible saw a surprise release on Switch today. Get a look at some footage below.


Update (4/28): Indivisible is now available on Switch. It’ll cost $29.99, though there’s currently a discount that brings it down to $23.99.

Original (4/27): It’s unfortunately been a long wait for the Switch version of Indivisible. The action-RPG has been available on other platforms for half a year, but there hasn’t really been much news concerning its arrival on Nintendo’s console. But the wait may finally soon be over – very soon in fact.

Indivisible has popped up on the European and Australian eShops with an April 28 release date. That would, interestingly enough, mean that the game is arriving tomorrow.

Here’s an overview from the eShop, along with a trailer:

505 Games and Lab Zero Games have uploaded a new launch trailer for Indivisible. Have a look at the video below.

Indivisible will initially launch today, though the Switch version is expected a bit later on.

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