Celeste (Switch eShop)


Switch eShop
Matt Makes Games
Matt Makes Games


Game Rating

User Ratings: 590

Our Review: 10/10


Number of Players
Single Player
Adventure, Platformer
Release Date

Switch eShop

  • US 25th Jan 2018, $19.99
  • EU 25th Jan 2018, £17.99
Also Available On
Xbox One, PS4

Screenshots (7)

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About The Game

Celeste is a platformer about climbing a mountain, from the creators of TowerFall. Unravel the secrets of the mountain and overcome your limitations to reach the summit in over 300 levels!

If she has the stamina, Madeline can climb any surface on Celeste Mountain. There she’ll journey across many dangerous environments using her mid-air dash to explore strange places and meet peculiar characters.

Don’t get spooked – playing in Assist Mode lets you tweak the difficulty – from a slower pace to full on invincibility – whatever sounds fun! Or if you really want to white-knuckle it, take on the challenging B-Side chapters.