505 Games announced that the Turn Me Up Games developed adventure Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons will launch for Nintendo Switch on May 28 for $14.99.
Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons on Switch will include a new two-player local cooperative mode, which allows players to experience the emotional tale with friends for the first time. Previous versions of the game had players using one controller to move around two characters. Additionally, the Switch version will receive exclusive bonus content, including a behind-the-scenes commentary from director Josef Fares (Who wouldn’t want to just hear this guy talk for hours?) and a concept art gallery.
During gameplay, players will need to solve puzzles and explore environments as they work towards a goal. Their fates will lead them through emotional situations and even some tough boss battles.
Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is launched digitally via the Nintendo Switch eShop, the game is currently up for pre-order with a 10% discount.
The publisher also released a new trailer for the game showing it running on Nintendo Switch to give players a preview of what the game looks like. It’s not confirmed if the additional two-player content will release on other consoles.
You can watch the new trailer below:
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