Developer ArtPlay confirms that for now, the team's resources are focused on creating upcoming content for the first game.
505 Games' parent company Digital Bros. has indicated that a "second version" of the Metroidvania title is in development.
Traverse five stages with retro visuals or explore a new area based on Kingdom Two Crowns.
The mobile port includes all previously release DLC, UI changes and Achievements.
Published by NetEase Games, it launches "soon" for mobiles.
Region-wise, it performed the best in North America.
Boss Revenge, VS Mode, Chaos Mode, and more outlined in an updated roadmap.
Switch users can finally remix their playthroughs and play as a new character after a brief delay.
More content incoming for the gothic throwback.
Producer Koji Igarashi provides an update on post-launch content and modes.
The developer will still continue to roll out patches.
Integration with Game Pass and DualShock 4 support have also been confirmed.
The first of two major fixes that are planned.
505 Games has detailed the main areas that have been improved upon.
Director Koji Igarashi says the teams are "working hard to optimize the Switch version."
Producer Koji Igarashi sees this as the beginning of a series.
Both titles have surprise-dropped for Xbox's subscription service.
Jump Force joins the service's ever-growing library as well.
Instead of several small patches, the developer now plans on releasing one large one.
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