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The online action-RPG Dauntless has received its first update on Switch following last week’s launch. Login loading time has been reduced, and numerous fixes have been implemented.

The full patch notes are as follows:

As was announced during today’s Indie World Showcase, Dauntless is launching on Switch today. The online RPG supports full cross-play, allowing Switch owners to hunt Behemoths with friends on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Cross-progression is supported as well.

Here’s the latest information on Dauntless:

While Phoenix Labs is working to bring Dauntless to Switch, we now know that it’s not being done entirely in-house. According to the studio’s Chris Fox, Iron Galaxy is also involved.

Iron Galaxy previously ported The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim to Switch. That turned out pretty well in the end, so here’s hoping that Dauntless also turns out well.

Phoenix Labs has produced a new Dauntless trailer that highlights the new Switch version as well as the reveal of Winterhorn Skraev. Check it out below.

Plenty of Switch gameplay of Dauntless was shown during a segment from today’s Nintendo Treehouse: Live at E3 2019 stream. Have a look at the recording below.

At E3 2019 this week, Dauntless is playable for the first time on Switch. Have a look at some off-screen footage below.

The free-to-play, co-op action RPG Dauntless is currently in development for Switch. New footage from the game is available, which we have below.

Phoenix Labs has announced that it will be bringing its online action-RPG Dauntless to Switch. It’ll be hitting Nintendo’s console in 2019.

Here’s an overview, along with a trailer: