Hades is Coming to Nintendo Switch, Will Implement Cross-Saves
Hades will be heading to Switch later this Fall and will allow you to utilize cross-saves with other platforms.
Supergiant Games announced today that it is bringing yet another one of its titles to the Nintendo Switch platform, with the release this time around being the studio’s most recent project.
Revealed during today’s Indie World stream, Supergiant revealed that Hades is set to be coming to Switch later this fall. The roguelike action game, which is currently available in early access on PC, has been said to be fully launching in the second half of 2020 for quite some time now. The fact that we now know it’s slated to arrive in the fall season has narrowed that window just a bit.
While Hades coming to Switch is pretty great on its own, Supergiant also confirmed one major feature will also be compatible with this version of the game: cross-saves. Yes, that’s right, if you’d like to play Hades on PC when you’re at home but would then like to carry on your play session when you’re on-the-go, you’ll be able to do so. Other games on the Switch — perhaps most notably The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt — have started to implement this feature recently and hopefully, it’s a trend that will continue.
We should begin hearing a lot more about Hades with its 1.0 launch slated to be occurring in the coming months, so stay tuned.