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Update [Wed 1st Feb, 2023 01:30 GMT]: In a surprise development, Epic has announced it will be closing the Rumbleverse servers later this month on 28th February. It now seems unlikely this game will make its way across to Nintendo Switch.

Original story [Fri 6th Jan, 2023 06:00 GMT]: The Taiwanese Ratings Board recently listing Epic Games' free-to-play brawler Rumbleverse for Nintendo Switch. Keep in mind, nothing has been officially confirmed.

Rumbleverse was developed by Iron Galaxy Studios and made its debut on the Epic Store and other console platforms in August last year. Simply put, it's an "exciting" 40-person brawler royale. Although it's free, it does allow players to pay real money for add-ons, seasonal items and in-game currency.

Epic has previously released free-to-play games like Fortnite on the Nintendo Switch, and has also acquired titles such as Rocket League and Fall Guys - shifting them across to the F2P model as well. Iron Galaxy is perhaps best known for its work on Killer Instinct for Xbox and previously assisted Blizzard with the Switch port of Overwatch.

If we hear any updates, we'll let you know.

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