The Switch train pulled into the station this morning, and it’s brought some choice passengers along.
Developer support for the Nintendo Switch has been ramping up over the last year. And the post-E3 lineup continues to look very good.
First off: some Aussie love. I spoke about where Hand of Fate 2 improved on its predecessor earlier this year, and the good news is that you’ll be able to take the roguelike deckbuilding action-RPG with you on the train.
Defiant Development’s sequel will launch on the eShop next week – July 17, according to the studio on Twitter. It’ll ship with Endless mode, while Goblins and the rest of the DLC will be added in shortly after launch.
Joining Hand of Fate on the Switch train is Wasteland 2. A trailer for inXile’s spin on a post-apoclayptic wasteland dropped on the official Nintendo YouTube channel early this morning, with the game due for release this spring.
And for those who want their action a little bit faster, Victor Vran got announced for the Switch recently. The demon-hunting Diablo-esque ARPG drops on August 28, and it’ll come with the Motorhead Through The Ages and Fractured Worlds DLC.
And as a final reminder – it got missed amongst the hustle and bustle of Computex and E3 – the Switch is getting Okami HD as well. A Bing-powered translation of Capcom’s Okami Japanese Twitter says the game will drop on August 9.
— 大神シリーズ（公式） (@OKAMI_CAP) July 5, 2018
Footage of Amaterasu going for a portable-powered jog was released months ago, but Amaterasu is adorable, so let’s look at that again anyway.