Dusty Raging Fist Coming to the Nintendo Switch

on May 3, 2017 9:12 AM

As you may know, BitSummit, an Indie festival in Kyoto, Japan, is gearing up for its annual show coming later this month. In preparation for the festival, BitSummit recently revealed the games that will be attending via its official website, and in the process has seemingly confirmed Dusty Raging Fist from Singapore-based developer PD Design Studio for the Nintendo Switch.

While the developer hasn’t made an official announcement, it has liked several videos on YouTube talking about BitSummit revealing the game for the Nintendo’s new piece of hardware. At this point, it’s probably best to take the news with a grain of salt, however, it seems very likely.

For those that don’t know: Dusty Raging Fist is a fast-paced beat’em up action game also in development for the PC and PS4. Below, you can view an overview of the game:

When the occurence of the dark moons began, Dusty, Darg and Kitsune knew that something is amiss. An ancient evil from a faraway land threatens the peace of Double Bill Town. Prompted by a visit from the helpless Elijah, the trio set off to seek the Iron Knight’s help. Along the way, they have to battle rogue villains, encounter ancient powers and face the battle of their lives.

– Co-op Play of up to 3 Players
– Dynamic Combat System
– 3 playable beat’em up characters, and 2 combat support characters.
– Utilize your combat support characters (Artillery & Sniper) to aid you in combat.
– Collect, utilize and summon powerful Guardians and Elemental Powers.
– Stylistic 2D artwork and animation.
– Crazy boss fights to make your day

A release date for Dusty Raging Fist has yet to be divulged. Below, you can check out its latest trailer:

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