Pocket Rumble was supposed to be a launch month title for the Nintendo Switch, but we’re now well into April with no word on what’s happened with the pixel brawler. A concerned fan reached out to one of the devs to ask when we can expect to see the game and surprisingly, got a pretty good answer as to why the game was delayed in the first place.
The developer says that first of all, due to an error of miscommunication, the game was announced with a much earlier release date than they expected, so they weren’t able to hit those early rumors of March 9th. Then the developer explains that the process of getting the title ready for distribution has taken longer than expected.
@Squirrelisious What I will say is that the reason it’s been delayed is was 1) the date we announced was too early to begin with due to miscommunication and
— 🎃 Ⓐsh Wednesday 🎃 (@sol_goodgirl) April 13, 2017
The developer doesn’t go into details about what’s holding up things on the technical side of the game, but she does mention that they plan to submit a final build to Nintendo within the coming days and it should be easier to set a firm launch date for the game then.
Sounds like we should be expecting more news on the Pocket Rumble front pretty soon. What do you think? Will you be picking up the game when it comes out? If you’re unfamiliar with it, it’s a 2D pixel brawler. Here’s the Nintendo Switch reveal trailer that first introduced us to the game.
The game will be available in the Nintendo eShop for $9.99 “soon.”
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