The action-stealth hit Aragami looks to be tip-toeing onto the Nintendo Switch this Fall. Developer Lince Works has teamed up with Merge - an independent video game publisher and distributor - to make the release happen.
For the uninformed, Aragami was originally released on multiple platforms in 2016 and has since sold more than 500,000 copies. It's a challenging game where you take control of an undead assassin with supernatural abilities and is inspired by old-school stealth games including Tenchu and Metal Gear Solid. There are two contrasting play styles. You can be a ghost - going completely undetected to your enemies, or play as an absolute demon and slay everything in sight.
Aragami: Shadow Edition on the Nintendo Switch will be released in both digital and physical form and will include the original base game and Nightfall expansion with all the available DLC. The game also offers support for two-player online co-op and includes cross-compatibility with PC and Xbox One. Due to Sony's policies, the PlayStation 4 won't be taking part in the fun.
Keep an eye out for more details soon. Does a stealth-action game interest you? Have you been waiting on this announcement? Tell us below.