July 10, 2019 6:13 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Rain Games have announced they are in collaboration with SOEDESCO to release a physical version of Teslagrad for Nintendo Switch. The game will available in a standard edition and part of a Value pack. The Value pack will include a tin case, artbook, keychain, pin badge and an instruction card. The physical version of Teslagrad will release for Switch on September 27th.

We have more details in the official announcement below.

Teslagrad hits the shelves for Nintendo™ Switch on September 27

The physical edition comes to Nintendo Switch™ and will be available as a value pack for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation® Vita

BERGEN, Norway, July 10th, 2019- Players can soon rediscover the mysteries and secrets of the long abandoned Tesla Tower. Together with Rain Games, SOEDESCO will release the physical edition of the 2D puzzle platformer Teslagrad for Nintendo Switch™ on September 27. For the true Teslagrad fans, SOEDESCO has created an exclusive value pack that will be available on the Limited Run webstore.

Praised by many
Since its release, Teslagrad has received many positive player reviews. The game has sold over 1.7 million copies worldwide and currently has 85% positive reviews on Steam®. Teslagrad also received nominations for “Best 2D visuals” Unity Awards, “Best Nordic Game of the Year” Best Nordic Innovation award and “Editors Choice at the Official Playstation® Blog” Game of the Year awards.

The Value Pack Includes:

  • The base game Teslagrad for either Nintendo Switch or PlayStation Vita, with exclusive cover art
  • A superior quality tin case, colored red for Nintendo Switch and blue for PS Vita
  • A physical art book with hand-drawn art from the game, including new concept art
  • An instruction card with helpful pointers on how to play the game
  • An iconic pin depicting the main character Teslakid
  • A unique keychain with the Teslagrad symbol

Source: Rain Games PR

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