In March this year, the cult hit Undertale was announced for the Nintendo Switch. Since then, there’s been little to nothing mentioned about it. A few weeks ago, the game was listed on Amazon Japan citing a mid-September release.
According to Famitsu, 15th September is now locked in as the official release date. This covers the release of the regular edition and also the Collector’s Edition. Hachinoyon will handle the publishing of the regular edition while Fangame Japan will publish the Collector’s Edition. Both versions include a 24-page booklet.
Exclusive to the Collector's Edition are the following items: two-CD soundtrack, Toby Fox commentary, 14-carat gold coated music box pendant, one of six randomly selected bookmarks and one of three randomly selected cloth.
This specific date for the Switch version reportedly aligns with the anniversary of the game's original release on PC. This has led to speculation the western release of the game could be on the same day, or at least, not long after.
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