Skyforge For Nintendo Switch Pushed Back To February 4, 2021

Skyforge For Nintendo Switch Pushed Back To February 4, 2021

Earlier this year, publisher My.Games and developer Allods Team announced that sci-fi MMORPG Skyforge was on its way to Nintendo Switch. Unfortunately, it looks like Nintendo fans will have to wait a little longer to dip their toes into the game.

The companies have confirmed that the game will hit the Switch on 4 February 2021 instead of its original Fall 2020 window. While no reason for this delay was specified, the companies shared that their developers were still working hard to get the Switch port to run on par with other platforms.

Here’s the full announcement below:

Thursday, December 3, 2020 – Skyforge, the hit sci-fi MMO developed by Allods Team and published by MY.GAMES, is coming to Nintendo Switch on Feb. 4, 2021! New Immortals will be able to journey to worlds beyond, awaken incredible powers, and defend the planet Aelion from Invasion across hundreds of hours of adventures, fully optimized for Nintendo Switch.

Though the launch date has changed course slightly, the developers are working hard to ensure that this version of the game is of the same calibre as other platforms. Development is currently in the final stages and the extra time will be used to make Skyforge shine on its new home.

New and exclusive content is also being prepared in time for launch. Players who complete the tutorial missions within the first few weeks of release will receive the epic Cyber Warrior Costume, plus five more divine cosmetics to gear their Immortals up with!

New Founder’s Packs containing the Switch-exclusive Callsign NX Wings, with colour schemes inspired by Switch’s Neon Red and Neon Blue Joy-Con controllers, will be available from Nintendo eShop at launch. Shortly afterwards, the first Invasion event already has Aelion in its crosshairs for a post-launch assault.

Skyforge will be available to download for free from Nintendo eShop (a Nintendo Switch Online subscription is not required for online play). Future content updates, including the release of the first Invasion, will also be available for free.

We’ll report back as we hear more in the future. For now, you can check out the previous trailer below for a better idea of what the game looks like: