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The Japanese Switch eShop has updated with a listing for Undertale. Along with screenshots, which we have below, the game’s file size is confirmed. It’ll take up 173MB of space.

Undertale will have a physical version in Japan, including a collector’s edition. We do believe this will be offered in the west as well, but if it isn’t, importing will be an option as the Japanese version supports English.

Source: Switch eShop

A few weeks ago, the new Switch version of Undertale was listed for September 15 on Amazon Japan. That date was made official today.

Undertale will be sold for 4,000 yen physically, and includes a story booklet. The digital eShop version is priced at 1,500 yen.

A collector’s edition will be offered for 8,800 yen as well. It’ll come with a copy of the game, 2-disc collector’s edition soundtrack, sheet music booklet featuring six songs with annotations by creator Toby Fox, 14k gold-plated brass music box locket, one of six random bookmarks, and and one of three microfiber cloths. We have some photos below.

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A listing for Undertale popped up on Amazon Japan yesterday. In addition to confirming a physical release, the page included a September 15 release date.

That listing has since been updated. We now have the boxart as pictured above. Amazon has also changed the release date to December 31, so it’s unclear if the original September 15 date was incorrect or information that was shared a bit too early.

Finally, below are a few screenshots from Undertale:


The popular indie game Undertale was announced for Switch earlier this year during a Nintendo Direct. There’s been little news since, but Amazon Japan has come through with new information.

According to the retailer, Undertale is launching September 15 in Japan. A physical copy will be offered. Amazon Japan has Undertale down for 4,320 yen.

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Undertale, a massively successful RPG from Toby Fox, was announced for Switch during this week’s Nintendo Direct. The reveal was very short though, and we only heard that it would be released “eventually”.

If you had any concerns about Undertale missing a 2018 launch on Switch, you don’t have to worry any longer. We now have confirmation that it’s arriving sometime this year. It’s far from a specific release window, but it’s certainly better than “eventually”.



Yesterday, rumors of the acclaimed indie game Undertale possibly heading to Nintendo platforms spread like wildfire after it discovered that someone from Nintendo of America’s developer support reached out to creator Toby Fox on Twitter. Fox, in response to the speculation, decided to share an official update on his own page.

Bringing Undertale to Nintendo platforms won’t be easy. The game was created in Game Maker, which doesn’t export to Wii U and 3DS. That means it would probably need to be completely reprogrammed. That being said, it sounds like Fox is open to giving things a shot.

Undertale would have a better shot at coming to Wii U than 3DS. Fox actually referred to Wii U specifically in his final tweet regarding a Wii U port. He’s also unsure as to how he’d use both screens on 3DS.

Here’s everything he posted on Twitter: