Aragami: Shadow Edition will be coming to Nintendo Switch this fall according to publisher Merge. Developer Lince Works is once again partnering with Merge to bring Aragami, its expansion, and all DLC to Nintendo Switch sometime this fall, as no specific release date has been given yet. A physical version will be available alongside the digital eShop version as well.
Aragami originally released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam on October 4, 2016. Steam reviewers were very positive on its 3rd person stealth action, and it reviewed favorably on consoles as well. Aragami: Shadow Edition was an updated version of the game that included the prequel Nightfall DLC and released on June 5, 2018 for all platforms.
Publisher Merge also announced Aragami: Shadow Edition has sold 500,000 copies so far on those platforms, and the addition of Switch will only grow its audience. Not only will Shadow Edition come with all the extra content, it will also feature cross-platform co-op with PC and Xbox One players. You can check out the Switch version’s trailer below, as well as some
Aragami casts you as an undead assassin with the power to control the shadows. By manipulating the darkness you will be able to teleport via the shadows, create new paths to reach your targets, materialize weapons and abilities and even summon shadow beasts to dispose of your foes.