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Metallic Child

The previously announced “Advanced” update for Metallic Child is out now on Switch eShop for players to download, and brings with it a new combat mode and variety of balance adjustments. Check out the full details below:

Studio HG has announced a major content update for their rogue-lite core-action game Metallic Child. This update, titled Metallic Child Advanced, will go live in March simultaneously with its Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin collaboration DLC.

The update will offer a new “Advanced” difficulty setting, an endless mode called “The Bottomless Labs” as well as a new set of weapons and Customs to try out.

More information on the update should be announced as we near its release. We’ll keep you informed when new details show up.


Studio HG has rolled out a new update for Metallic Child, offering some new festive content, bug fixes, and balance changes. Here are the full patch notes:

Studio HG has released a new update for Metallic Child on Switch, adding some new content, rebalancing the game, and addressing numerous bugs with new fixes. Here are the full patch notes:

Metallic Child update 1.2.10

Publisher Crest and developer Studio HG have issued a new 1.2.10 update for Metallic Child. It includes balance adjustments, processing load improvements, bug fixes, and more.

Below are the full patch notes for Metallic Child update 1.2.10:

Metallic Child gameplay

Metallic Child has received new gameplay on Switch tying in with its release. Crest and Studio HQ brought out the rogue-lite core-action game this past week.

For more on Metallic Child, check out the following overview:

Metallic Child arrives digitally on the Switch eShop tomorrow, and a day one update has already been made available for players who pre-purchased the title. In addition, Studio HQ has offered patch notes for updates coming to the title in the future. Here’s what’s changing according to translations by Perfectly Nintendo:

metallic child sakuna

Metallic Child is teaming up with Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin as part of a new collaboration, Crest announced this week. Actual details have not been provided at this time. We only know that Princess Sakuna will be appearing in the game in some fashion. We’ll pass along more information about the DLC once it’s announced. For now, check out the teaser image above.

Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin continues to maintain its presence throughout games as a whole since we originally saw it last November. Just a few days ago, it was revealed that the “Princess Sakuna’s Heavenly Garb” outfit will be made available soon in Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town. Additionally, spirits based on the title were added to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate earlier in the summer. A special Pop Up Parade figure is also in the pipeline.

Metallic Child is a rogue-lite core-action game featuring the android known as Rona, and is set in a space laboratory in the not-to-distant future. The game will be out for Switch on September 16. Although it will be digital-only in the west, you can import a physical copy from Asia with English support – we have more details about that with pre-order information here.


Metallic Child

Crest and Studio HQ are planning a Switch physical version for the roguelike action game Metallic Child in Japan, the two companies have confirmed. Fans will be happy to hear that English support is planned.

Here’s more on Metallic Child:

Metallic Child

Crest and Studio HQ shared the latest trailer today for Metallic Child, an upcoming rogue-lite action game. The video, which was animated entirely by Studio Trigger, can be found below.

Metallic Child launches for Switch on September 16.

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