Hold onto your guns: Exit the Gungeon is coming to PC and consoles sometime in early 2020. The Enter the Gungeon spin-off, a side-scrolling twist on the main game’s roguelike bullet hell, was originally released on Apple Arcade last fall. It’s fun on mobile but is better with a controller.
The Elder Scrolls: Blades, the series’ free-to-play mobile spin-off, won’t come to Switch until next year, Bethesda announced today. The port was originally supposed to launch this fall, but the company said that it needed to be delayed due to work on improving the game, including an overhaul of how loot works.
Yakuza 3 is out on PS4 today, Sega annnounced today on Twitter. The 2009 runs at 60fps in 1080p and includes content that was previously cut from the Western release like the game’s hostess clubs. Sega also said that Yakuza 4 will follow in October, as well as Yakuza 5 next February.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt comes to Switch October 15. The release date for the port of the Complete Edition was announced via a new trailer during the opening night of Gamescom. The Switch version includes all of the DLC and apparently, magically, won’t break your Switch the second it boots up.
The beautiful blocky destruction game Riverbond is getting ported to Switch later this year. Like so many interesting games that get overshadowed on other platforms, Riverbond’s arcade-y four-player dungeoneering feels perfect for Switch. Plus, it’ll arrive alongside some new DLC world.
That set of classic D&D-inspired role-playing games that includes Baldur’s Gate, Planescape: Torment, Icewind Dale, and others, is coming to PS4, Xbox One, and Switch on September 24. Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition will arrive later on December 3. Planescape: Torment? Portable? On Switch? What times we live in.