Submit a news tip



The Sinking City

This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, Minecraft Kirby blesses us with his presence. Galen goes for treats in Animal Crossing: New Horizon’s Halloween update, while Oni Dino joins the briny depths of The Sinking City. The news is quite hearty this week with Super Mario Bros 35, Mario Kart Home Circuit details, Live A Live revival teases, Pokemon DLC, and the big one: Minecraft Steve in Super Smash Bros Ultimate. We’re fans of his moveset despite not feeling one way or the other about his character. Regardless, Minecraft Kirby is here.

Check out links and timestamps below and come hang out.

If you’re enjoying NEP, please consider giving us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts and share us with a friend. It’s incredibly helpful in getting us exposed to new listeners through algorithms, so we would greatly appreciate your help. Thank you for listening to our Nintendo podcast!

To celebrate today’s launch, Frogwares has issued a Switch launch trailer for The Sinking City. Get a look at it below.

The Sinking City makes its debut on Switch today. For a look at the game in action, check out some footage in the video below.

Developer Frogwares has officially announced that The Sinking City will be hitting Switch on September 12. It will initially be digital-only, though a physical version hasn’t been ruled out entirely.

Communications manager Sergey Oganesyan had this to say about possibly bringing The Sinking City to retail:

According to a listing on the Japanese eShop, The Sinking City will release for Switch on September 12. Pre-orders are live, and we presume that other regions will follow shortly.

Here’s an overview of The Sinking City, along with a trailer:

The Sinking City was announced for Switch at E3 2019 back in June. Frogwares has now provided an update, including first footage of the game running on the console.

Rather than opting for a straight port, the team included some new functionality and “worked on multiple improvements and tweaks based on player feedback.” Producer Serge Chervonnyi said of the Switch version:

At E3 this year, it was revealed that The Sinking City will come to Nintendo Switch this Fall. However, other platform owners won’t have to wait that long as they’ll be able to play the game later this week, in June 27. Here’s a new trailer for the game – though keep in mind that it likely isn’t showing footage from the Switch version:

During its E3 2019 stage show, IGN offered a look at The Sinking City with some gameplay. Have a look at the footage below.


Source

We found out earlier today that The Sinking City is coming to Switch. For a look at the game’s new trailer for E3 2019, continue on below.