We now have a release window for the Nintendo Switch version of Undertale.
Undertale will come to the Switch in September. Developer Toby Fox made the announcement on Twitter. According to the tweet, the September release is for all regions.
While the game will be available digitally, there will be both a physical edition and a Collector's Edition. The physical edition comes with the game, as well as a story booklet. It will set gamers back $29. The Collector's Edition, which will cost $69, will come with the game and story booklet. It will also include a 2-CD soundtrack with more than 200 songs. There will also be a sheet music booklet featuring six songs with annotations written by Toby Fox, a 14K gold-plated brass music box locket, and a matchbox-style collector's box. You can pre-order either version of the game at Fangamer.
Fangamer will also have a sale on all Undertale merchandise. The sale will last until August 28.
Undertale is available now on PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita. The game will release on the Switch in September, though no official date has been given so far.
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