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Tribes of Midgard

Tribes of Midgard review

System: Switch
Release Date: August 16, 2022
Developer: Norsfell
Publisher: Gearbox Publishing

At a little over a year from its initial launch, Tribes of Midgard made its way to Switch recently with more bells and whistles to show for it. Originally, the game boasted only its session-based Saga mode with ten players taking on a series of tasks to survive together and make it through a scenario, with an offline mode touting the same objectives. With Season 3: Inferno Saga, updates were made to both Saga and the newer Survival mode. We’ll be diving into both modes and taking a look at what they look like on Switch.

Tribes of Midgard gameplay

After its debut last year, Tribes of Midgard appeared on Switch this week, and we now have plenty of gameplay. Nearly a half hour of footage is in.

Here’s an overview of the game:

Tribes of Midgard

Gearbox Publishing and developer Norsfell are bringing Tribes of Midgard to Switch, the two sides have just confirmed. Nintendo’s console is getting the game on August 16, 2022.

Also on the same day, Tribes of Midgard is launching Season 3: Inferno Saga. It features a new Saga Quest, Saga Boss, Volcanic Spire Biome, Spear weapon, Fishing, and more. Survival 2.0 will also be offered as a revamped game mode with a more exploratory experience.

Here’s some additional information about Season 3:

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