Moonlighter Coming to Nintendo Switch in November

Moonlighter

A few months back, we took a look at Moonlighter, 11 bit studios and developer Digital Sun’s rogue-lite, retro RPG. It is a thoroughly enjoyable RPG with lots of classic elements as well as new ideas thrown in. For those looking to take it with them on the go, Nintendo Switch owners will soon be able to as it’s coming in November to the Nintendo Switch eShop as well as retail stores.

Moonlighter’s story dates back to an age of archaeological excavation where a set of mysterious Gates were uncovered by intrepid pioneers. Folks quickly realized that these ancient passages lead to different realms and dimensions – providing brave and reckless adventurers with treasures beyond measure. Rynoka, a small commercial village, was founded near the excavation site to provide refuge for adventurers and a marketplace to sell their hard-earned plunders.

Features

  • Manage a bustling shop in the heart of the commercial village of Rynoka – Catch shoplifters, control the price of goods, and hire staff to assist while you gather materials.
  • Dive into the dungeons of Rynoka – Take on themed dungeons as you hunt for good to sell in your shop. Each dungeon gets progressively harder as they are unlocked and are guarded by ancient golems who stand sentry against looters.
  • Upgrade your weapons and armor or brew potions by gathering components in perilous dungeons.
  • Exciting patches planned will keep Moonlighter fresh as you work towards growing the village of Rynoka and ensuring it prospers by attracting new adventurers to its gates!
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