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Ukiyo Publishing and Nexile today shared a launch trailer for Jump King, Switch’s new challenging platformer. Watch the video below.

Jump King is out on Switch today via the eShop.

UKIYO Publishing and Nexile’s comically punishing platformer, Jump King, arrives on the Switch eShop tomorrow. Take a closer look at the gameplay with the video below.

 

Jump King launches on the Switch eShop June 9 for $12.99.

After it was announced earlier this year, the comically punishing platformer Jump King has received a Switch release date. It’ll be available via the eShop on June 9, UKIYO Publishing and independent game developer Nexile have announced.

We have the following overview and trailer for Jump King:

UKIYO Publishing, in partnership with developer Nexile, today announced that the comically punishing platformer Jump King is on the way to Switch. We’ll be seeing it later this year on the system.

Here’s an overview of Jump King with additional details:

UKIYO Publishing and Overhype Studios today announced that Battle Brothers is heading to Switch. The procedurally-generated tactics title is due out later in 2020.

Here’s an overview of the game, along with a trailer:

Play-Asia has opened pre-orders for the physical version of Death Road to Canada. You can reserve a copy here.

As previously mentioned, you can get your hands on a standard copy or a limited edition. The latter version includes the game, collector’s box, manual, soundtrack, and numbered certificate.

Eastasiasoft Limited has announced that it will offer a physical version of Death Road to Canada, in partnership with developer Rocketcat Games and publisher UKIYO Publishing. It will launch sometime in Q2 2019.

Play-Asia will be selling the physical release exclusively. Per usual, fans will be able to choose between a standard copy or limited edition.

After initially appearing on Steam a few months ago, the “HUMERUS Update” for Death Road to Canada finally went live on Switch this week. New features were added, including four-player local co-op, three gameplay modes, tweaks, and fixes.

Below are the full patch notes:

Rocketcat Games sent out the newest patch for Death Road to Canada on Switch. The “GIZZARD Update” tweaks the ending of the final level of the game, adds a new song to the soundtrack, includes a new Rare Special Character to trading camps, and more.

The patch notes are as follows:

Ukiyo Publishing has readied a new launch trailer for the Switch eShop title Death Road to Canada. Get a look at the video below.