GELATINOUS INDIE HIT GANG BEASTS LAUNCHES ON NINTENDO SWITCH PHYSICALLY THIS DECEMBER
Settle your beef with spectacularly silly local, online and local-wireless multiplayer mayhem
Sydney, Australia – 13th August 2021: Gang Beasts, the popular physics-based multiplayer game where you grab, punch, push, pull, and throw your friends to their doom, will debut physically on the Nintendo Switch on 7th December 2021.
After a number of years brawling across multiple platforms and now trucking on to physical storefronts, Gang Beasts finally launches on Nintendo Switch with 21 hazardous stages, hundreds of colourful costume customisations and multiple local, online and local wireless multiplayer game modes.
“The Nintendo Switch is a platform we’ve wanted to support since the hardware was announced”, said Michael Brown from Boneloaf, creators and publishers of Gang Beasts. “Nintendo consoles have always had fun local multiplayer party games, and seeing Gang Beasts on a Nintendo Switch and hearing the little beasts giggle as something horrific is happening to them is a dream come true!“
Boneloaf has partnered with Skybound Games to release the physical edition of Gang Beasts for Nintendo Switch, which will include a randomised and exclusive collectible sticker sheet, coming to Australian retailers 7th December.
More details for the Gang Beasts physical edition, including pricing and pre-order information, will be announced at a later date.
Boneloaf is a small independent game studio based in Sheffield. Boneloaf are currently making a series of experimental multiplayer party games made with physically simulated gelatinous characters. The company name comes from the word Boneloaf members use to refer to specific hunks of collectable meat frequently seen in classic arcade and console games. For more information, visit their Twitter and website.
About Skybound Games
Skybound Games is a division of Skybound Entertainment with the capabilities to produce, develop, and license video games. The team works closely with creators to expand their unique and exceptional IP to new platforms. The Skybound Games slate houses everything from indie projects to high-budget franchise titles, with recent games including Telltale’s The Walking Dead, Before Your Eyes and The Big Con. The studio can be found on YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and at www.skybound.com.