Indivisible Gets A Surprise Release on Nintendo Switch

Indivisible Gets A Surprise Release on Nintendo Switch

Last updated on May 1st, 2020

The Nintendo Switch port for Indivisible has mysteriously shown up on the Nintendo eShop today, surprising not only fans but the developers as well.

Indivisible Gets A Surprise Release on Nintendo Switch

The port for the indie platformer RPG Indivisible got released on the Nintendo eShop today, but launched not in exactly the way that most or even the developer expected. Lab Zero Games the studio behind Indivisible first found out their game had launched on the Switch from tweets from fans sharing the news.

Mike Zaimont shared a few explanations for the launch, expressing that it was news to the developer and that the current version available on the eShop, is the old build for the game. The Switch version currently is missing a few features including the co-op multiplayer for battles and New Game+ Mode. According to Zaimont the port is suppose to gain a day one patch but for some reason hasn’t released yet and doesn’t reflect the “quality standards of Lab Zero”.

But the good news is it’s finally on the Switch and is 20% off, so you can grab the 2D platformer with action combat at a great price. Hopefully the day one patch releases soon as this will be awesome to play in co-op especially on the Switch with its joycons.

Indivisible releases last year in October, and follows the story of a fearless girl name Ajna. Follow her journey as she suddenly receives strange powers when her town is attacked. The game has a huge fantasy world to discover, with a cartoon 2D artstyle, and will meet plenty of “Incarnations”, people who can absorb and manifest alongside Anja.

Indivisble is now available on Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC.


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