Vampyr Coming to Nintendo Switch, Focus Home Interactive Confirms

That said, there are literally no other details available.

Posted By | On 25th, Oct. 2018

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Vampyr, Dontnod’s rather excellent action RPG based in Victorian England, and having you play as, well, a vampire, launched earlier this year for PS4, Xbox One, and PC, and ended up doing rather well for itself. Now, it will be coming to Nintendo Switch as well. Focus Home Interactive has announced in its latest financial report that the title will be coming to Nintendo’s hybrid system.

Unfortunately, details about the Switch port are scarce—for instance, we don’t know when it will come out, or what the price will be. We don’t know if the release will be digital only, or if it will also get a physical retail launch. We don’t know if Dontnod themselves are handling the port, or if an external team will be handling the conversion duties. All we know is that the game is coming to the Switch.

For now, that’s enough for many, I suspect, though I do hope we get to see more of it soon. Vampyr is available now for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.


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