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Battle Chasers: Nightwar will be published the same day in all platforms

Hey all! We ARE coming on Switch, but NOT FIRST! The game will be on PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Switch at the same time! #WePromise

-Airship Syndicate (@AirshipSyn) 12 April 2017

Battle Chasers: Nightwar not be exclusive Nintendo Switch temporarily, but it will be published at the same time on all platforms for which it is announced: PC, Xbox One, PS4 and the new Nintendo console.

The Studio behind the game, Airship Syndicate (consisting of Joe Madureira and other former members of his former study, Vigil Games), fixed on Twitter what was said in the last Nintendo Direct, where it was stated that this adaptation of Battle Chasers would be available «first» switch. Although the subtitles in Spanish does not mention this detail, Bender to English if says it.

Battle Chasers: Nightwar was funded through Kickstarter in 2015, and is an RPG inspired by the Japanese classics that playoff adventures of the comic book Battle Chasers, Joe Madureira created in 1998 and that was after nine issues published in four years, incomplete by the cancellation of the number ten.

It might not be the only incorrect information of Nintendo Direct. Although in the video he talks about Namco Museum, the compilation of classics of the Japanese study, like a game of eShop, implying that it will be a digital only release on the American website of Nintendo game page displays the layout of the box of a so-called physical Edition, rather than the square icon that accompanies the digital games.

Ultra Street Fighter II does have planned the physical release but your box is not included in the Nintendo website, so it might not be anything, really. Namco Bandai has assured us that «format, nor for the United States, Europe or any other territory has not been specified», and «lor unique that we’ve confirmed so far is that will be exclusive Nintendo Switch‘.

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