11bit Studios Bringing Four Titles to Nintendo Switch Through Early 2019

11bit Studios is bringing This War of Mine, Moonlighter, and Beat Cop to Nintendo Switch this Fall, while Children of Morta will grace the hybrid console in early 2019.

on August 20, 2018 11:15 AM

As the Nintendo Switch has been a runaway success, developers and publishers indie and AAA alike are starting to jump on board with the hybrid console. While we previously knew Moonlighter was going to grace the platform, 11bit Studios announced today that they will be bringing three other titles to Nintendo Switch through early 2019: This War of Mine, Beat Cop, and Children of Morta. 

Moonlighter, as many of you know, blends shopkeeping and dungeon crawling that launched back in May and is developed by Digital Sun Games. The Switch port of Moonlighter still has a vague Fall 2018 release window. Next up sometime this fall is Beat Cop from Pixel Crow. The game follows Jack Kelly, a Beat Cop in New York who is framed for murder, exposing the cities seedy underbelly to him. The Switch port of Beat Cop is being developed by Crunching Koalas, who is also working on This War of Mine for Nintendo Switch.

This War of Mine is a critically acclaimed and emotional survival game following regular people who have to scavenge and struggle to survive during a brutal war. The Nintendo Switch port is being published by Deep Silver and will hit the hybrid console this November as This War of Mine: Complete Edition, including all DLC. Finally, the family-based roguelike Children of Morta will also hit Nintendo Switch in early 2019, with the port being developed in-house by Dead Mage.

You can check out a brief trailer featuring all of these 11bit Studios coming to Nintendo Switch below. With the exception of Children of Morta, all of the aforementioned titles are already available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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Tomas Franzese is a Staff Writer at DualShockers, writing a variety of reviews and shedding light on upcoming games for both PC and consoles. While he has been a gamer most of his life, he began writing for DualShockers in 2016 and has almost never put his computer or a controller down since.