Freedom Planet Receives a Demo Version on Nintendo Switch

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Freedom Planet featuredXSEED aims to celebrate and bring attention to a recently released indie title on the Nintendo Switch. Freedom Planet saw an official port to the Switch on August 30th of this year and its reception has been overwhelmingly positive. To commemorate this success and allow new players to try the game for themselves, a free demo version has been released on the Nintendo Switch eShop. For those who find themselves hooked and wanting more, the full version is currently available at a 35% markdown. For the next two weeks, you can pick it up for just $9.99 USD.

Freedom Planet initially released on PC back in 2014 with PS4 and Wii U versions following in 2015. The Switch version currently sits at 82% on Metacritic with just 3 months of sales under its belt. Our own Josh Speer’s review of the title was quoted among those listed in the press release. As he aptly put it: “If you enjoy classic platformers with tons of style and substance, look no further than Freedom Planet.” You can read the full review here.

Additional details about the demo and full Switch version can be found on its official eShop listing. Further information can be found by visiting the game’s official website.


SOURCE: Press Release

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