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Super Meat Boy Forever

Limited Run Games has shared details on its upcoming physical versions of Super Meat Boy and Super Meat Boy Forever for Switch. Both will be receiving standard copies and collector’s editions.

The Super Meat Boy Collector’s Edition includes:

A new update for Super Meat Boy Forever went out this week. Version 6202.1273.1563.138 can be accessed by all players.

This week’s update includes a few additions, a whole lot of fixes, and more. We’ve got the full patch notes for you below.

The platformer Super Meat Boy Forever finally arrives on Switch today. Take a look at some footage in the video below.

Super Meat Boy Forever is out today on Switch via the eShop.

PowerA is commemorating the news of Super Meat Boy Forever on Switch with a limited run of an officially licensed enhanced wireless controller. Pre-orders will be opening tomorrow for $49.99 / £39.99 / €49.99.

Super Meat Boy comes to Switch on December 23.

Super Meat Boy Forever has secured a final release date on Switch. It’ll be available digitally on December 23, Team Meat has announced.

Super Meat Boy Forever will initially be available on Switch as a timed exclusive.

Here’s the latest trailer:

At The Game Awards 2020, a new trailer debuted for Super Meat Boy Forever. Get a look at the video below.

Super Meat Boy Forever is planned for Switch, though a release date hasn’t been announced.

As part of a live stream yesterday, Team Meat showed off a ton of new footage from Super Meat Boy Forever. The full recording can be found below.

Super Meat Boy Forever has been in the works for a few years now, and after a fairly lengthy wait, its release doesn’t appear to be too far off. Team Meat co-founder and creative director Tommy Refenes says that the game is just a few weeks away from being submitted to Nintendo. Once it’s approved, we should be finding out about when it’ll be available.

Super Meat Boy Forever fans will need to wait a bit longer for the game’s release. Last scheduled for an April launch, it has now been delayed.

Team Meat isn’t ready to provide a final date just yet. However, the title is still expected out very soon, and the next trailer will inform fans as to when it’ll be ready to go.

Team Meat won’t be moving on from Super Meat Boy Forever after the game is released. Speaking with DualShockers, designer Tommy Refenes mentioned that the team has “some plans for DLC” that would consist of “substantial” new additions for it post-launch. Such DLC would intend to make the game’s levels “ridiculously hard”.

Something else in the works is a feature for user-created levels. However, this won’t be ready in time for launch. Refenes hasn’t elaborated on how the functionality will work just yet.

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At PAX West 2018 last week, Team Meat was showing off Super Meat Boy Forever once again. Get a look at some off-screen footage below.