Update [Tue 25th Oct, 2022 01:30 BST]: The retro inspired first-person shooter Prodeus was meant to be released in the month of September, but was delayed at the last minute to some visual bugs.

Fortunately, the developer seems to have sorted these issues out, and will now be releasing the title later this week on October 28th. As part of this announcement, a new trailer has also been uploaded. Check it out above.

Original article [Thu 22nd Sep, 2022 01:55 BST]: After announcing the boomer shooter Prodeus would be arriving on the Nintendo Switch this week, Humble Games and Bounding Box Software have now delayed the release.

In an update shared on social media, it was explained how the team had encountered a "pretty gnarly visual bug in the home stretch". As a result of wanting Switch players to have the "best possible experience", the team has made the tough decision to delay this version of the game "for a bit".

A new date will be shared in the near future. Here's the message in full (via Twitter):

When it does arrive, players can expect an old-school style FPS featuring a hand-crafted campaign from industry FPS veterans, co-op, competitive multiplayer, built-in community map browser and a level-editor. Learn more in our original post:

We'll let you know when we hear about a new release date. Are you looking forward to this one? Comment below.