Deep Silver announced that four games from Polish outfit 11 Bit Studios will be making their way to the Nintendo Switch later this year and in early 2019.
The games Beat Cop and Moonlighter will be coming to the Switch this fall. Beat Cop is a gritty pixel game about a cop who was framed who attempts to work the street beat to find out who set you up all while paying alimony and dealing with a lot of shifty characters and shady opportunities. Moonlighter is actually from Digital Sun Games but it’s published by 11 Bit Studios. It’s a colorful action-RPG about a shopkeeper who has to keep his family business going so he journeys into dungeons and caves in order to acquire rare relics and items to sell in the shop.
Moonlighter is already out and available for other home consoles and PC. So Switch users will get it a little later than usual.
Another game that’s also already been out and available for other systems but is just getting ready to hit the Switch is This War of Mine. The game came out way back in 2014, and 11 Bit Studios announced that the complete edition will be making its way to the Nintendo Switch with all of the previously released DLC starting this November.
Deep Silver is helping publishing the side-scrolling war-sim about surviving in a harsh environment while dealing with starvation, bandits, disease and violence.
Last but not least on the list is Children of Morta. This is a hack-and-slash roguelike that has been in development by Dead Mage. The studio is actually still working on the game and have plans to release it on PC later this year.
Once the game gets ironed out on PC the developers have plans on porting the title to the Nintendo Switch in early 2019.
There’s several minutes worth of gameplay that was published over on COGconnected’s channel. You can check out the video below.
Some of the games will be ported over to the Switch via the indie port house, Crunching Koalas. According to the press release, the Warsaw-based outfit will be working with 11 Bit Studios to get This War of Mine and Beat Cop up and running on the Switch.
You can learn more about 11 Bit Studios and the games they’ve both developed and published by visiting the official website.