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Into the Breach

Into the Breach Advanced Edition update

It turns out that Subset Games isn’t finished with Into the Breach, as a new “Advanced Edition” update has been unveiled.

The patch features new squads and weapons, new pilots and pilot abilities, new enemies, bosses, and missions, a more challenging difficulty mode, seven new languages (Arabic, Thai, Swedish, Korean, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, and Latin American Spanish), new music from Ben Prunty, and more. Subset says “every aspect of the game will be expanded with new content.”

Into the Breach physical

Fangamer is preparing a physical version of Into the Breach for Switch, the company has revealed.

The title previously made it to Switch in 2018, though only in digital format. This is the first time it will have any sort of physical version. Each copy comes with a cartridge, game manual, sticker sheets, and folded poster.

Into the Breach

Subset Games has announced that a new update will be made available soon for Into the Breach on Switch. With version 1.2, the studio is adding in support for a bunch of additional languages, implementing touch controls, and changing the cost of all weapons to 1 Reputation.

Here’s the full rundown:

What up, kids and squids?!

This week on NEP, Oni and Galen discuss Nintendo’s 2018 efforts—the good AND the bad: all the games, free DLC, ports from Wii U, Nintendo Switch Online and more.
The gang also reminisces on some of their favorite games they’ve played this year, and end the show by explaining what kind of sandwich best represents NEP! Per usual, Galen is optimistic and Oni is pessimistic.

Check out the timestamps and our email address below where you can send us your listener mail!

Into the Breach

Today’s Nindies Showcase ended with the announcement – and subsequent release – of Into the Breach on Switch. We have some footage below.


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