Nintendo Switch owners are going to enjoy some of the surprises on the way for Crypt Of The NecroDancer, as Nintendo revealed today via Twitter that the Switch version would be getting a co-op mode and a new character exclusive to the system! Beyond that, no other information has been released about what other exclusive content there may be, but it sounds like Nintendo may have gone the extra mile to entice Brace Yourself Games to make more content for their version to make it just a little more special. Below is the tweet as well as the official Nintendo description for the game. In any case, it’ll be awesome to see the title come to a Nintendo console after not being included on the Wii U on initial release.
Crypt of the NecroDancer: Nintendo Switch Edition is coming soon with an exclusive new character and local co-op! pic.twitter.com/C29sqG6bWK
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) September 14, 2017
Can you survive this deadly dungeon of dance, slay the NecroDancer, and recapture your still beating heart? Or will you be a slave to the rhythm for all eternity? Players must move on the beat to navigate procedurally generated dungeons while battling dancing skeletons, zombies, dragons, and more! Groove with the game’s epic dance soundtrack, or select songs from your own MP3 collection. You can even play with a dance pad to really shake your bones!
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