Triple Scale Games has today revealed that Save Your Nuts, an upcoming party game featuring a nutty cast of sports-playing critters, is headed for Nintendo Switch next month.
The game is a competitive multiplayer affair that actually stars a number of local critters like dogs, squirrels, raccoons, beavers, wolves, and armadillos(?) all taking place in a variety of ball-based games. Each character has different skillsets, so you'll have to take into account their speed, strength, jump power and more before diving into an arena.
There are three different modes to explore in total. Capture the Nut drops an acorn onto the pitch and teams might fight to score with it, Thieves has players fighting to steal nuts from the opposition while protecting your own, and Battle is a "constant fight to be the last animal with their nuts intact". You can see some of this barmy action in the new trailer above.
Save Your Nuts is set to leave Early Access on Steam and launch for Xbox One and Nintendo Switch on 16th April. There's actually a free demo available for PC owners if you wanted to try it out.
What do you think? Will you give this one a go? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.
I'll stick to rocket league, thanks.
So much crap on switch now!!! Waiting for direct is giving shovelware air time!
Yeah... I have to say, this REALLY doesn't look very enticing, or fun, for that matter. I also don't think that it's even remotely capable of being a threat to Rocket League.
I don't even see a resemblance to Rocket League. It looks like a multiple sports game with squirrels and a lot more than just one ball. It's kinda like comparing Skyrim to Game of Thrones because they both have dragons.
Some quality nut innuendo though, I approve.
i yearn for the day we get a solid looking squirrel game on switch. this looks rather cheap for my taste
@Kabloop this is the one thing so many games get wrong. Especially games trying to replicate that fun multiplayer action.
One of the major factors in Rocket League is that they somehow almost perfected control. It's what makes is so fun and a viable competitive sport/game.
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