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DONTNOD's Vampyr Is Heading to Nintendo Switch
The thirst for blood will follow you anytime, anywhere.
11.01.18 - 12:00 AM

Publish Home Entertainment has announced in a recent recent financial report that DONTNOD Entertainment's spooky action RPG Vampyr will be making its way to the Nintendo Switch.

Dr. Jonathan Reid feeds on the living in Vampyr from DontNod Entertainment.

On the success of Vampyr, and the desire to expand the game's audience, the report says, "In Q3, the Group will continue to maximise the potential of the Vampyr licence. After the game's impressive success on PC, Xbox One and PS4, it will be Nintendo Switch's turn to welcome the DONTNOD title to reach an even wider audience."

Dr. Jonathan Reid wandering the gloomy streets of London in Vampyr from DontNod Entertainment.

Though specific release timing was not given, it is likely that the port will arrive later in 2019 as a typical financial calendar places Q3 between July and September.

Vampyr is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. For more on the game, be sure to check out our review!


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