Indivisible devs: ‘Supporting Switch was an easy decision.’

The makers of the upcoming action RPG Indivisible have announced a Nintendo Switch version is on the way in addition to its PS4, Xbox One and Steam releases.

Published by 505 Games and developed by Skullgirls creator Lab Zero Games, the title was first announced back in 2015 and eventually received over $2m in crowdfunding support from its IndieGogo campaign. It was originally slated to launch on the PS4, Xbox One and PC next year, but now Lab Zero Games have announced a physical Switch version for the title that will also arrive in 2018.

Ever since Nintendo announced the Switch, Lab Zero’s fans have been clamoring forIndivisibleto come to the platform. Platformers and RPGs are great on the couch or on the go, making our game a great fit for the console. So supporting the Switch was an easy decision,” said Peter Bartholow, CEO of Lab Zero Games.

The team has been hard at work onIndivisiblefor more than a year now, and we’re excited to share the progress with our supporters. We wouldn’t be making this game without them, and it’s important that we keep them involved and listen to their feedback to make the game even better.”

Fans who backed the game on IndieGogo will also be treated to a new, exclusive preview of the game in the coming weeks.

While there’s no exact release date for the game other than 2018 at the moment, Lab Zero Games have confirmed the title will be playable at E3 at 505 Games’ booth.

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