This War of Mine Heading to Nintendo Switch With Exclusive Features

This War of Mine is coming to Nintendo Switch and it is coming with exclusive features to make this game suited for Nintendo's platform.

11 Bit Studio is a game development company based in Warsaw, Poland. The studio is bringing their highly successful anti-war survival game “This War of Mine” to Nintendo Switch with ‘Complete Edition’ which includes all the DLCs of the game and the version of the game will launch on November 27.

The ‘Complete Edition’ version of the game includes both The Little Ones and Father’s Promise, as well as other updates for the game and the edition will also include any future updates and DLCs.

This War of Mine is a gripping survival game inspired by real-life events in which you are not playing as an elite soldier but as a group of civilians who are trying to survive in a city which is under siege.

You should test your decision-making skills and emotional resistance to the limits when ‘This War of Mine’ will launch on Nintendo Switch. This War of Mine is launching on Nintendo Switch in November in cooperation with Koch Media and Deep Silver.

Apart from ‘This War of Mine,’ 11 Bit Studio is also releasing their other games to Nintendo Switch:

Beat Cop: A retro pixel art style adventure game inspired by 80’s Cop show
Moonlighter: An RPG game with the story of a shopkeeper dreaming of becoming a hero.
Children of Morta: Playable as single player or co-op, you have to hack and slash your way through the endless group of enemies in this narrative-driven roguelike game.

This War of Mine Complete Edition comes in a little pricier than what the original game which was at $39.99 back then in 2014. The game will release in both retail and digital version via the Nintendo Switch eShop.

Nintendo Switch is not only getting This War of Mine but third parties are making extra efforts. In fact, Capcom vowed to release cloud games to the Switch handheld. Resident Evil 7 is one of the first games to release on Switch and more are to come soon. What Switch lacks in hardware it will make up in innovation.

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