16-Bit Open World Switch Game ‘Shakedown: Hawaii’ Now In Certification, 3DS Version To Follow Soon

16-Bit Open World Switch Game ‘Shakedown: Hawaii’ Now In Certification, 3DS Version To Follow Soon

VBlank Entertainment has given a quick update on Shakedown: Hawaii‘s status for Switch and the 3DS!

According to VBlank, Shakedown: Hawaii Switch version is now in certification with the 3DS version going in soon. This means it won’t be long now until a final release date gets announced. Finally, the waiting will soon be over for those eagerly anticipating the game’s release.

Shakedown: Hawaii for Switch, PS4 and PS Vita have been making their way into certification, and 3DS will follow shortly, after a few more optimizations and 3DS-specific work. I’m working to finalize a release date soon, but it all revolves around platform approval of the final versions. Stay tuned for more information. Shakedown: Hawaii will be hitting the Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS this spring.

Here’s the update along with a short clip and the latest soundtrack from VBlank:

Latest Soundtrack – Corporate Sabotage (composed by Matt Creamer):

Coming soon to Nintendo Switch. Learn More: vblank.com | Build a “legitimate” corporation by completing open world missions, acquiring businesses, sabotaging competitors, and “rezoning” land. The entire island is up for grabs, or at least, could be… with the right business model.