Underhero for Switch has been delayed. The game was originally scheduled for release later during this week. The delay will grant the developers time to put together a day-one patch. A day-one patch will also be available for the PS4 and Xbox One versions.
Digerati - the publisher company behind the 2D RPG-platformer game - Underhero - has announced that the Switch version of the title has been delayed. Switch owners of the world will have to wait until 27 February 2020 to get their hands on the game.
Underhero was originally scheduled for release later during this week. The decision to delay the game came following the number of issues the Switch version had. The delay will ensure that Underhero has a day-one patch that will alleviate all the issues experienced pre-release.
A day-one patch will also be available for the PS4 and Xbox One versions, so they will launch as planned on 11/12 February (NA/EU) and 14 February respectively.
Switch players will have to wait a couple of weeks to get their hands on the RPG-platformer, but at least they'll know that the version they get on 27 February is as free of those pesky bugs as it can be.
Underhero is an RPG-platformer that casts its player into the role of an underling of the evil king who has to take his place as the new hero after the chosen one had failed. The game will see you using timing-based combat to defeat all kinds of enemies and save the Chestnut Kingdom from your evil boss.
- A side-scrolling RPG adventure, with rich pixel art and cartoony aesthetics
- Jump, slash, evade, talk, and bribe your way through a fantasy adventure with a satirical twist
- Turn-based combat - without the turns! Precisely timed actions are your most powerful weapons
- Level up, solve puzzles, find secrets in a world full of friends, foes, and weird inhabitants
- A wonderful original soundtrack composed by Stijn van Wakeren