Surgeon Simulator CPR Hits Nintendo Switch this Fall with Co-Op Play and More
Bossa Studios is bringing Surgeon Simulator to Nintendo Switch this fall as Surgeon Simulator CPR, featuring co-op play and more.
Developer Bossa Studios teased a Nintendo Switch version of their wildly popular title Surgeon Simulator earlier this month in a funny teaser video. Today, we received official confirmation that the game is coming to Nintendo Switch this fall as Surgeon Simulator CPR, and has some added features to boot.
For those of you who don’t know, Surgeon Simulator follows doctor Nigel Burke as he goes about his day-to-day surgeries. Unfortunately, the controls and the environments the surgeries take place in are intentionally cumbersome and challenging to work around, making for some funny fails. The game initially released on PC in 2013, but took off after becoming very popular on YouTube.
At its core, Surgeon Simulator CPR is the same experience featuring all previously released content, though there are some new features and enhancements. The game takes full advantage of the detachable Joy-Cons, so the game will feature motion controls and utilize HD Rumble. Most importantly, Surgeon Simulator CPR features drop-in co-op at any time via the Joy-Con, which will definitely spice up the typically surgery.
You can check out the game’s official logo below. Surgeon Simulator can currently be picked up on PC, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, PS4, PS VR, iOS, and Android, while Surgeon Simulator CPR will be available on Nintendo Switch sometime this fall.