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Rad Rodgers: World One

The platformer Rad Rodgers Radical Edition makes its debut on Switch tomorrow both physically and digitally. Get a look at some footage below.

HandyGames published a trailer for Rad Rodgers: Radical Edition, which launches for Switch on February 26. Watch it below.

Following listings from retailers and other areas, Rad Rodgers: Radical Edition has been officially announced for Switch. A release is planned for early 2019.

Rad Rodgers is an action platformer, and will sport new content and features when it comes to Switch. This includes new characters such as Duke Nukem, a two-player co-op mode, a versus multiplayer mode, new abilities, new mini-games, a new overworld, and new levels along with new secrets, collectibles and unlockables.

Rad Rodgers for Switch might be one of THQ Nordic’s worst-kept secrets right now. A number of signs have pointed to its release over the past few months, including listings on GameFly and the ESRB.

Adding to that is another listing, this time coming from Amazon Canada. The retailer even shows the game’s boxart. Based on Amazon’s accurate history as well as the packaging image (not to mention GameFly and ESRB’s listings), it’s pretty much safe to assume at this point that Rad Rodgers will be coming to Switch. It’s just a matter of when, and when THQ Nordic will make an announcement.

Rad Rodgers was first thought to be coming to Switch after it was listed on GameFly. That retailer page has since been removed, but we have more evidence that it’s happening.

The ESRB just rated Rad Rodgers for Switch this week. Now that the classification is secured, we could be seeing it sooner rather than later. THQ Nordic may have an announcement very soon as well.

THQ Nordic has brought a number of titles to Switch as of late, including de Blob, Titan Quest, and Battle Chasers: Nightwar earlier in the year. Rad Rodgers: World One appears to be the next release from the publisher.

Over on GameFly, a listing has appeared for Rad Rodgers: World One on Switch. The retailer tends to be very accurate, and hasn’t let us down in the past when it comes to new games we hadn’t known about previously.