Bulletstorm is coming to Switch in 2019

Dubbed Bulletstorm Duke of Switch Edition, it’s coming to Switch in 2019. Developed by People Can Fly and Dragon’s Lake, it will include all of the released DLC as well as Duke Nukem.

Dragon’s Lake is a team that has worked on Alan Wake, The Division and Mass Effect.

Sebastian Wojciechowski, People Can Fly’s CEO said;

Since the first reveal, when I saw the capabilities of the latest Nintendo console, I knew that we need to get Bulletstorm working on that thing! The whole team was super pumped up on doing that. 

According to People Can Fly, “The most ambitious project to date from the minds behind Painkiller and Gears of War: Judgment is bound to arrive on a revolutionary gaming platform that allows players to play their favourite games whenever, wherever and however they like.”

Players can play Bulletstorm Duke of Switch Edition at home, on the train, in bed or wherever.

Bulletstorm Full Clip Edition was released in 2017 and was a remaster of the 2011 game of the same name. Bringing it to Switch is a great port and should give a whole new audience a chance to experience Bulletstorm.

Leo Stevenson
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