505 Games and Lab Zero Games have announced that their upcoming action/RPG title, Indivisible, is coming for the Nintendo Switch! This is great news for Nintendo Switch owners, as they’ll get the chance to play this gem. Ever since the Indiegogo campaign launched, Indivisible, has raised over two million dollars. I’ve had a chance to get some time with the game and it’s shaping up to be an amazing title.
“Ever since Nintendo announced the Switch, Lab Zero’s fans have been clamoring for Indivisible to 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 on Indivisible for 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.”
If you haven’t backed the project, not to worry. You can head over to the Indivisible site and pre-order the Switch version, alongside the PC, PS4 and Xbox One versions. Current backers can switch over to the Switch version if you want to as well. You have until January 1st, 2018, to make the change.
Of course, now that the game is coming to Nintendo Switch, no doubt our illustrious backers are wondering “How do I get the Switch version?”
We have updated BackerKit, and you can now select the Nintendo Switch version on your surveys.
Simply take (or retake) the BackerKit survey you were sent via e-mail, and select Nintendo Switch for your platform of choice. This applies both to the digital version and Physical Collector’s Edition.
Also announced is that a new preview build will be released for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, in the upcoming weeks. This new build will include new and improved content, thanks to the feedback from the community. A new speedrun mode will also be included in this new preview build.
Indivisible is set to be released during 2018, for the PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch.