Platinum’s first self-published title is out in less than a month.
PlatinumGames’ beloved yet commercially unsuccessful The Wonderful 101 may not have seen the success on the Wii U back in the day that many feel it deserved, but the game will soon get a second wind, with a remaster – which will be PlatinumGames’ first ever self-published release, thanks to an extremely successful Kickstarter campaign – due out next month. Ahead of that release, we have some new info on the game.
More specifically, we know how large its file size will be on the Switch. Thanks to its Japanese Switch eShop listing (via Japanese Nintendo), we know that the game will come in at 7.6 GB, which is pretty much what you’d expect from your typical Switch release. There’s no telling how close (or not) the game’s file size will be on other systems, given that file sizes are usually smaller on the Switch.
The Wonderful 101: Remastered is out for the Nintendo Switch, PS4, and PC on May 19 in North America, May 22 in Europe, and June 11 in Japan- just don’t go expecting an Xbox One version anytime soon. In the meantime, check out roughly fifteen minutes of the remastered release’s gameplay through here.