The Nintendo Switch eShop page for Square Enix's upcoming port has confirmed how much storage space it will require.
Square Enix has confirmed resolution targets for the action RPG's upcoming Switch port. It will run at 30 FPS in both modes.
The hack-and-slash RPG was recently announced for the Nintendo Switch, and is currently available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
The 2017 hack and slash classic finally comes to Nintendo Switch with all previously released content and exclusive outfits.
A journalist who recently accurately leaked details on the upcoming Nintendo Direct seems to be suggesting that the 2017 action RPG will soon be announced for the Switch.
Over 80 new quests such as Skirmishes, Sieges and Duels are slated for the season, which is available until November 29th.
The developer will use the extra time for its next update and also "re-evaluate the game’s future operating roadmap" based on player feedback.
The game's second Season, titled The Light of Aaru, will feature a new element type, a new weapon type, over 80 new quests, and much more.
Nintendo has listed the title in its financial report for the fiscal year ending March 2022 along with other upcoming releases.
More like Babylon's Fall Under 10 Concurrent Players on Steam, am I right?
The new update for PlatinumGames' Babylon's Fall fixes various bugs, along with making several balancing adjustments.
Babylon's Fall has endured a horrible start in every sense of the word, but PlatinumGames and Square Enix don't plan on abandoning the game.
Square Enix has launched a survey on Babylon's Fall's official website to better understand the problems with the game, starting with the graphics.
PlatinumGames' latest Babylon's Fall has been released to little fanfare, with an all-time high of just 650 concurrent players.
Join the Sentinels and hold off the advance of an enemy empire with up to three other players in PlatinumGames' new action RPG.
PlatinumGames and Square Enix's co-op action RPG Babylon's Fall has launched now for PlayStation consoles and PC via Steam.
Players will be able to choose between four weapon types, each with their different play styles, and use Dynamis Abilities for combat and traversal purposes.
Dress up as 9S, 2B, A2 and other characters while battling enemies and taking on quests inspired by the classic action RPG.
Yusuke Hashimoto, whose previous credits also include Bayonetta 1 and various Resident Evil titles, is one of the game designers involved.
“Having gotten somewhere with it, as a creator I’d like to see it to the end," says PlatinumGames Hideki Kamiya following recent comments about the cancelled Scalebound.