Nintendo Switch Physical Release Coming June 9th

Last year, The Nerd Stash published an article titled “December 2021 Video Game Releases to Keep an Eye On”. The article lists several games coming in 2021 right under the thread. One of these games was Wytchwood. Our article said:Wytchwood seems like a cozy game perfect for ruining those cold winter afternoons. Even if it is no longer winter, Wytchwood can still be a perfect comfortable game – to add to your physical collection, that is. Today Super Rare Games announced that Wytchwood is getting a physical Nintendo Switch release next week.

According to today Press release, Wytchwood is a handcrafted adventure game with puzzle-solving elements. The protagonist is a witch, and the player can use the witch’s magical abilities to solve puzzles and navigate the world.

“Wytchwood is a game set in an expressive land of gothic fables and fairy tales. As a mysterious old witch of the woods, you’ll explore a strange countryside, collect magical ingredients, brew wizarding enchantments, and pass your twisted judgment about a capricious cast of characters and creatures.

The physical version of Wytchwood on Nintendo Switch contains exclusive goodies

Gamers who want to get their hands on the physical version of Switch Wytchwood still a bit to wait.

“Only 4,000 copies in total will never be printed, which will be for sale June 9 at 6 p.m. BST (10am PDT/1pm EDT) – available worldwide exclusively on superraregames.com.

Each of those 4,000 copies will sell for $36.46. It’s more than you’d pay for a digital copy, but the purchase also includes some exclusive items.

“As is typical of Super Rare Games, this rare physical release comes with all current content on its shopping cart, full-color manual, interior artwork, exclusive sticker, and trading cards. Fans won’t have to wait long either as Super Rare Games titles will ship soon after release.

In addition to Super Rare Games releasing next week, Wytchwood is available digitally on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Switch.

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