Nintendo Switch is to receive Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time soon

Nintendo Switch is to receive Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time soon

Nintendo Switch is going to receive Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time soon.

Samurai Jack inspired game Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time announced for Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC by Adult swim. According to Soleil Ltd.(The developer of the game), the game is under development and the particular release date will be announced soon.

Here we are leaving the trailer for Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time below:

Keep in mind, Soleil Ltd. developed Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes which was released for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows last year. Now we are looking forward to seeing when will Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time be released for the mentioned consoles?

What do you think about it? Did you play Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes on the Switch?

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