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Darksiders Warmastered Edition was announced for Switch this week, and now we have the game’s boxart. Have a look at the packaging image above.

Darksiders Warmastered Edition launches for Switch on April 2.

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After it was initially leaked yesterday, THQ Nordic has officially announced Darksiders Warmastered Edition for Switch. The game will launch on April 2, the company confirmed today.

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It’s been revealed that THQ Nordic is bringing Darksiders Warmastered Edition to Switch. A trailer for the game exists on the company’s media server, confirming the news.

THQ Nordic hasn’t made the official announcement, so we don’t have a release window just yet. However, you can find a new trailer below.

To celebrate today’s release, THQ Nordic has published a new gameplay trailer for Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy on Switch. View it below.

The GameCube game Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy returned on Switch tomorrow with a new release both physically and digitally. Have a look at some early footage below.

To celebrate today’s release on Switch, THQ Nordic has prepared a gameplay trailer for The Raven Remastered. Get a look at it below.

The Raven Remastered is due for release on Switch tomorrow both physically and digitally. Take a look at some footage below.

Towards the end of 2018, THQ Nordic announced a few different games for Switch. These include the return of the GameCube action-adventure title Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy and Rad Rodgers.

Thanks to listings on the eShop, we appear to have release dates for THQ Nordic’s upcoming Switch releases. Two are planned for this month while another couple will follow in February.

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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.

When Wii U had its unveiling at E3 2011, you may recall that a number of third-party developers and publishers announced a number of games for the platform. One of these was Darksiders II. Although that announcement went off without a hitch, what we didn’t know is that there were originally plans to have it be playable on Wii U during the same expo.

David Adams, who now works at Gunfire Games, recalled in a recent episode of the Game Informer Show about how a small team scrambled to get a demo build running in time for E3. Unfortunately, Nintendo decided against showcasing the game in a playable form at the last minute.