DEEEER Simulator: Your Average Everyday Deer Game Launches November 25th For Switch

DEEEER Simulator: Your Average Everyday Deer Game Launches November 25th For Switch

Publisher Playism and developer Gibier Games have announced the launch date for DEEEER Simulator: Your Average Everyday Deer Game on Switch.

DEEEER Simulator is a surreal simulator game where you play as a deer with strange powers causing havoc and destruction. It is scheduled to release on November 25th for Switch, with support for English, Italian, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese language options.

In addition, Japan will be receiving a physical edition of the game for Switch which includes the following special goodies:

  • A17-track original soundtrack CD
  • Downloadable content “Deer Final Evolution Pack” (includes additional skins and weapons)
  • A deer license card
  • A reversible cover featuring artwork by sattou.

You can check out the trailer below, along with additional details via Playism:

Developed by Japanese indie developer Gibier Games, DEEER Simulator: Your Average Everyday Deer Game lets you play as a deer. This title is best described as a “slow-life town destruction game.” You can spend your days frolicking around, enjoying a peaceful life with the other animals in town. Or, you can weaponize your stretchy neck and pointy antlers to completely destroy everything around you. Needless to say, going down the path of destruction will set the entire police force on you. If you want to avoid a tragic end, well, you know who to point your “weapons” at.

DEEER Simulator: Your Average Everyday Deer Game was initially released on Steam as an Early Access Game in January 2020. Now that development has entered its final stages, we are excited to announce the title’s full version release on November 25 for Steam, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One, with seven additional languages supported (Korean, Italian, Dutch, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian).

The full version features an expanded storyline, taking you face to face with the final boss at the end.

Additionally, the Nintendo Switch version includes a “Cowthello” mini game that supports online versus play.

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