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Yesterday, Rebellion announced and released Strange Brigade on Switch. Have a look at some footage in the video below.

Strange Brigade is out now on the Switch eShop. More information and a trailer can be found here.

We reported last night that update data for Strange Brigade had popped up on Nintendo’s servers, hinting at a release on Switch. During today’s Nintendo Direct, Rebellion announced the port.

Strange Brigade will arrive on Switch today.

In case you missed it, check out the following overview and trailer for Strange Brigade:

Rebellion has put quite a few games on Switch over the past few years, and it looks like that support is continuing. Although we don’t have an official announcement just yet, update data for Strange Brigade has now appeared on Nintendo’s servers. This title had not been announced for the platform previously.

As many are aware, Nintendo will air a new Nintendo Direct tomorrow. It’s possible that we’ll hear about Strange Brigade on Switch in an official capacity then.

Here’s an overview of Strange Brigade, along with a trailer:

In celebration of Sniper Elite 4’s release on Switch today, Rebellion has prepared a launch trailer. Check out the video below.

Sniper Elite 4 can be purchased both physically and digitally on Switch as of today.

IGN has offered up the first 22 minutes of gameplay from the new Switch version of Sniper Elite 4. Get a look at the footage below.

Sniper Elite 4 is slated for November 17 on Switch. You can see today’s new gameplay trailer here.

Ahead of its release later this month, Rebellion has prepared the first gameplay trailer for the Switch version of Sniper Elite 4. Watch it below.

Sniper Elite 4 is due out for Switch on November 17. It will be sold both physically and digitally.

Sniper Elite 4 was announced for Switch during a recent Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase. Then this week, Rebellion confirmed that the game will be launching on November 17.

Pre-orders for Sniper Elite 4 are now open at all major retailers – which also brings us the boxart above. You can reserve it on Amazon, Best Buy, or GameStop. Pricing is set at $39.99.

Rebellion has dated the Switch version of Sniper Elite 4, its tactical third-person combat game and latest addition to the sharpshooting series. Players on Nintendo’s console can pick up the title on November 17.

On Switch, motion aiming with gyroscopic controls will be available. HD Rumble, local wireless multiplayer, and the Pro Controller are supported.

Sniper Elite 4 will be sold both physically and digitally on Switch.

Source: Rebellion PR

At the start of 2019, TickTock Games was acquired and rebranded as Rebellion North. The developer is now a part of the same company that has put out the Sniper Elite and Zombie Army titles. It’s unclear what Rebellion North is working on currently, but co-founder Arden Aspinall has indicated that it will be on Switch.

Aspinall teased in a recent issue of MCV/Develop:

The third-person shooter Zombie Army Trilogy makes its debut on Switch today. For a look at some footage, check out the videos below.