Nintendo has shared a brand new video interview with Motion Twin, the developer behind one of Switch's most recent success stories, Dead Cells.
When it launched last summer, Dead Cells received an awful lot of praise from critics (including ourselves) and was soon devoured by gaming fans around the world as they heard about its excellent roguelike design. The game sold more than 100,000 copies in its first week, and since then, Motion Twin has revealed that, while there are no plans for a Dead Cells 2, the studio has been hard at work on a DLC package and smaller updates.
Motion Twin's Steve Filby and Sebastien Bénard briefly discuss these plans in the video above, talking about the game's surprising success and reiterating their plans for DLC. One particular tidbit worth noting is talk of the game reaching 60fps; the developer publicly apologised for the Switch version's frame rate drops last summer, but Filby mentions in the interview that a full 60fps has now been achieved internally. Hopefully this improvement will arrive in the game soon.
Make sure to check out the full interview above and share your thoughts with us in the comments. Have you played Dead Cells? What did you think?