Bulletstorm: Duke Of Switch Edition Shoots Up The Switch This Summer

Bulletstorm: Duke of Switch Edition is coming to the Nintendo Switch this summer! Having played the original way back on the Xbox 360, Switch owners are in for a shootin’ good time. All of the DLC will be included, including Duke Nuke’em add-on content.




Bulletstorm was a dream come true for Polish developers from People Can Fly. Their crazy ideas were fully materialized in this violent and outrageous shooter which was praised by gamers around the globe for its humor and mechanics. Now it’s time to Switch things up as Bulletstorm: Duke of Switch Edition will come to Nintendo Switch this summer!

Take them out, while you’re out!

The most ambitious project to date from the minds behind Painkiller and Gears of War: Judgment is bound to arrive on a revolutionary gaming platform that allows players to play their favorite games whenever, wherever and however they like. Accompany Grayson Hunt on a quest for revenge on your home TV with the highest possible graphical fidelity or let him join you on the go while you’re traveling by bus, by train or just sitting on a bench in a park. Why wait to come home, if you can waste some mutant butts and figure our creative skillshots on the go, eh?

Like a Duke

Since the first reveal, when I saw the capabilities of the latest Nintendo console, I knew that we need to get Bulletstorm working on that thing! – said People Can Fly’s CEO – Sebastian Wojciechowski – The whole team was super pumped up on doing that – he adds. The game will include the whole single-player experience in addition with all the DLC released. Yes – Duke’s coming too, and he’ll kick some ass and chew bubblegum as expected!

Bulletstorm: Duke of Switch Edition was created in co-operation with based in Ukraine Dragon’s Lake studio. Those incredibly talented developers were involved in working on renowned AAA hits like Alan Wake, The Division and Mass Effect.

Stay tuned for more information about Bulletstorm: Duke of Switch Edition in the upcoming months.


Craig Majaski

Craig has been covering the video game industry since 1995. His work has been published across a wide spectrum of media sites. He's currently the Editor-In-Chief of Nintendo Times and contributes to Gaming Age.

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