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Indie hit ‘Dead Cells’ is coming to consoles this year

Yes, including the Switch.
David Lumb, @OutOnALumb
January 25, 2018
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In May of last year, indie developer Motion Twin launched Dead Cells in early access on Steam. By blending 'Metroidvania' platform exploration with roguelike random generation, the game quickly became a hit with fans and our own editors, selling over 600,000 copies, according to the studio. But for every non-PC player left in the cold, don't worry: Dead Cells is coming to PS4, Xbox One and Switch sometime in 2018.

Sadly, Motion Twin didn't announce a specific release date or window, nor if the cost for each console edition would differ from the $20 price tag for the PC version. But it's great to see another haunting, gothic action game expand its userbase -- and we're especially excited for Dead Cells to arrive on the Switch, which seems tailor-made for ported indie hits.

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