Athlon Games and engineer SNK declared today that Samurai Shodown for the Nintendo Switch has been deferred from its recently arranged Q4 2019 discharge window to Q1 2020 in North America.
The Switch form of Samurai Shodown incorporates the Samurai Shodown! 2 as a pre-request reward. It is the main port of the game since the first discharge on Neo Geo Pocket in 1999. It has been affirmed that it will bolster both tabletop and handheld modes.
Here’s an outline of the game, through a posting from PlayStation Store:
After almost ten years out of the spotlight, SAMURAI SHODOWN is back furiously! Created by the group behind the widely praised KING OF FIGHTERS XIV, thirteen darling warriors return, alongside three new, to do fight on this incredible stage!
Heritage: a similar tense, high-harm single strike fights that the arrangement is known for!
Development: New, true to life workmanship style and refreshed face mechanics breath life into each conflict in an assortment of on the web and disconnected modes.
Upheaval: Take on the top players on the planet through a progressive AI framework that learns player designs and makes “Phantom” clones for you to take on in no holds barred fights.
For those in Japan, Samurai Shodown will be released on December 12. Those who have a PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the game is now available.
Check out the new trailer:
In addition to the Switch version, a Stadia version will launch on November 19. A PC version was also announced for there’s still no date yet. Let’s hope that when the release date is announced for Samurai Shodown Switch version, it will no longer be delayed.