During a special “Direct to Switch” event streamed online, Developer/Publisher tinyBuild let loose information on its planned Switch releases.
The indie company, well known for its presence at industry and fan events, has announced that it will be porting several of its most popular games over to Nintendo’s newest console.
The Final Station, set in a future where the only travel is by train, arrives in February (this month) with its noir 2D adventure. It’s $14.99 MSRP will also include the Final Traitor DLC.
Arriving in March for $14.99 is Clustertruck, the first person truck-hopping action game that aims to keep us on the roofs of vehicles as long as possible.
Punch Club is a brawling/fighting game where training is a big part of the experience. For $14.99, players will get the game and its Dark Fist DLC in May.
The company’s murderous Party Hard, in which players need to stop hard partying in any way possible, arrives in the Summer for $14.99.
Streets of Rogue is an overhead sneaking, killing, action game across procedurally generated levels that will arrive later this year for $14.99.
Finally, the company’s hit game Hello Neighbor is making its way to the console this year and bringing its bizarre sense of horror and comedy (and privacy invasion) both digitally and at retail for $39.99.
With the Switch becoming the de facto home for indie titles in the modern era, it’s certainly a welcome site to see one of the bigger indie publishers supporting it now.