Steel Crate Games has revealed that it is bringing its asymmetric party game Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes to consoles this summer, including Switch.

The game has been a hit on VR platforms but is playable without a headset. It places one player in front of a procedurally generated ticking bomb which must be defused as quickly as possible; the other players assume the role of bomb disposal experts who have to guide their pal through the process. The catch is that the other players can't see the bomb, so verbal communication is key. "Puzzle solving and communication skills – and maybe a few friendships – will be put to the test as players race to defuse bombs while communicating quickly, clearly, and effectively" says the PR blurb.

It looks pretty enjoyable and would have been perfect for the Wii U, but we can't wait to play it on Switch. Let us know if you feel the same by posting something below.