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A notable update has gone live for Immortals Fenyx Rising. Version 1.1.1 includes the ability to create up to three loadouts, Nightmare Difficulty can be accessed without having to beat the game a first time, and more.

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As part of its quarterly financial report today, Ubisoft revealed that the company is the top third-party publisher on Switch. Nintendo’s console has contributed to its bottom line.

Ubisoft chief financial officer Frederick Duguet stated:

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A few days ago, Immortals Fenyx Rising received its first piece of major DLC known as “A New God”. View some footage in the video below.

We have more information and a trailer for the new Immortals Fenyx Rising DLC Immortals Fenyx Rising here.

This week’s episode of Nintendo Minute has gone live. In today’s video, Kit and Krysta catch up with the band Anamanaguchi to play some Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game – Complete Edition and talk about their experience writing music for the game. Check out the full episode below.

Nintendo has shared a brief video interview with Scott Phillips, the director of Immortals Fenyx Rising. Below, Phillips explains how the game’s Greek mythology inspired story and customizable, open-world gameplay came to Switch.

Ubisoft has announced today that Immortals Fenyx Rising’s first DLC, A New God, is now live on Switch. Additionally, those that have yet to pick up the game can try out a demo, which just went up on the eShop.

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The first piece of Immortals Fenyx Rise DLC is almost here. A New God will launch tomorrow, January 28, Ubisoft has announced.

Here’s a brief overview of the DLC:

Ubisoft has announced a new crossover for Immortals Fenyx Rising featuring Blood of Zeus. A limited-time event kicks off today that ties in with the Netflix show, complete with a Blood of Zeus-themed quest and an all-new character pack and weapon pack that can be purchased.

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Although Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game – Complete Edition landed on the Switch eShop yesterday, many fans are waiting on the new physical release from Limited Run Games. And by all accounts, it’s been a huge success so far.

Limited Run Games owner Douglas Bogart announced on Twitter that Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game – Complete Edition has already sold 25,000 physical copies on Switch. That was done in just three hours. It turns out that this is already Limited Run Games’ biggest release of all time.

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game – Complete Edition is also doing well digitally, as it’s quickly climbing up the Switch eShop charts despite just releasing yesterday.

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With Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game – Complete Edition making it out today, Bryan Lee O’Malley – creator of the entire franchise – divulged a little secret. It turns out that additional DLC was initially on the table over a decade ago.

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game did end up receiving two DLC packs, both of which are included with the new Complete Edition. However, there were talks about making Montreal DLC in which characters from The Clash at Demonhead would have been playable – Envy Adams, Todd Ingram, and Lynette Guycott. What ultimately happened? O’Malley says the DLC was cancelled in the end “because of budget cuts”.

It’s a shame that the idea was shelved, but on the bright side, it’s great that Ubisoft was able to bring the game to new platforms after so many years. You can pick up Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game – Complete Edition on the eShop. There’s also a physical release incoming from Limited Run Games.

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