Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons has been out since 2013, and the game has received praise for its clever game design and advancements in narrative design. All of this praise helped the game become well known and a welcome addition to the various platforms it has made the journey to. Having arrived previously on PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and mobile, many have been able to enjoy this game. But it's now ready to start a journey on a new platform.
It has been announced that Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons will be making its way to the Nintendo Switch. But when can we expect to see this game on the platform? Well, if you simply can’t wait, you will be excited to know that the game will arrive next week, on May 28 to be exact.
Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons sees two siblings travelling across a fairy-tale land. Traditionally, the game is controlled with each brother assigned to a single joystick, so you would be controlling both characters at one time. However, the Switch version will change up things a bit. This new version of the game will also feature an exclusive co-op mode. With this, you and a friend will be able to take the journey together, with each player taking control of a single brother. This opens up the options for more people to embrace this game and its powerful narrative.
In addition, the Switch version will also include exclusive bonus content, including a behind-the-scenes commentary from the game's director, Josef Fares, as well as a concept art gallery.
Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons arrives on the Nintendo eShop on May 28. The game will cost $15, but anyone who pre-orders the game will receive a 10% discount.