Remastered Castle Crashers is coming to Nintendo Switch in September.
Some good news for the gamers out there!
It has been declared by The Behemoth that the Castle Crashers: Remastered is arriving at Nintendo Switch on September 17. Castle crasher was first launched in 2008 for the Xbox 360 and has since then become one of the most favorite games of all time.
The Behemoth went on to develop BattleBlock Theatre in 2013 and Pit People in 2018 after Castle Crash. It was first launched in 2015 for Xbox One and PC. Increased frame rate and better textures are added to the new version. The game will also be launched for PlayStation but the company has not released a date yet for the same.
Castle Crashers Remastered is an updated version of beat-em-up that turned 11 this Tuesday. The Behemoth says that they have not brought the game to a Sony system since PlayStation 3.
The studio tells that although they are very much excited to launch the game yet they faced a lot many difficulties in creating the game. There will be 60 frames per second display in the Remastered version and the texture sizes will also be better than the original which suggests that the game will look more beautiful than the initial version.
PlayStation 4 will also support online gameplay and co-op play. Also, the lightbar on the DualShock 4 will glow in the dark in the color of the selected character. The developers say that for the time being, the players will have to stick to the same console if they want to play with their friends.
Nintendo Switch is a handy video game released by Nintendo on 3rd March 2017. It is also known as NX-HAC. It holds a memory of 4GB and a storage of 32 GB. It is a portable device that gamers can carry everywhere.