Limbo, Inside Coming to Nintendo Switch on June 28th

Playdead's critically acclaimed platformers debut next week on Switch.

Posted By | On 21st, Jun. 2018

Playdead’s Limbo and Inside, two side-scrolling puzzle platformers that have proven critically and commercially successful worldwide, are coming to the Nintendo Switch this month. Famitsu recently interviewed the developer and received confirmation that both games would be available in the Nintendo eShop.

Limbo follows a young boy in a strange world, chasing after a young girl while avoiding a large killer spider. With its monochromatic visuals and unique puzzles, Limbo quickly earned a following and sold 3 million copies as of June 2013.

Playdead followed up this success in 2016 with Inside, an even more enigmatic platformer about mind control, manipulation and twisted experiments. Inside was very well reviewed and has been available for PS4, Xbox One, PC and iOS. With the recent surge of indie developers finding success on the Switch, both games would be a perfect fit for the handheld.

Check out GamingBolt’s official reviews for Limbo and Inside in the meantime to see if they’re for you.


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