Bandai Namco and Ubisoft announced that both Little Nightmares and South Park: The Fractured But Whole are coming to the Nintendo Switch. Both games will release this spring, with South Park: The Fractured But Whole set to debut on Nintendo’s hybrid starting April 24th, while Little Nightmares will be available starting May 18th.
Tarsier Studio’s Little Nightmares: Complete Edition will contain all of the previously released DLC along with the full base game. You’ll have all of Six’s story and all of the kid’s story wrapped up in one package, giving you a full scope of both of their tragic and violent tales.
In addition to that, Nintendo Switch owners who have a Pac-Man Amiibo will be able to swipe the statue across the Switch and unlock a special Pakku raincoat for Six based on Pac-Man.
But that’s not all.
If you’re in the mood for a raunchy, Mature-rated RPG, Ubisoft’s South Park: The Fractured But Whole is set to release on April 24th for the Nintendo Switch.
They noted in the trailer that the footage was not complete, so we’re not entirely sure how the game will look or run on the Nintendo Switch, but apparently all the raunchy content from the bigger versions will make the leap onto the little Switch that could.
Additionally, the DLC that released for the other systems will be available starting April 24th. The last piece of DLC due out for South Park: The Fractured but Whole will arrive on the Switch alongside the launch on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
I’m not too fussed about South Park, but I am glad that Little Nightmares is making its way to the Switch. Plenty of gamers have been asking for this game on the Switch and it just seems like an absolutely perfect fit. A nice little game to play on the go, or to play on the big screen while an audience sits nearby and watches you play; I think Tarsier did a fantastic job bringing the dark and nightmarish world of The Maw to life in Little Nightmares.
You can look for both games to launch this spring for the Nintendo Switch.