Death’s Gambit: Afterlife Hitting Nintendo Switch and STEAM on September 30 | Trailer

Serenity Forge and developer White Rabbit announced that their long-awaited follow-up to Death’s Gambit will be coming out on September 30, 2021, to both STEAM and Nintendo Switch. Death’s Gambit: Aftermath will mark the first time that the series will be available on a Nintendo platform. Those who own the original Death’s Gambit on STEAM will be able to upgrade it for free to Death’s Gambit: Aftermath.

Additionally, Serenity Forge also announced that pre-orders for physical versions of the game on Switch, launching early next year, are available now for $34.99 at your preferred retailer or at store.serenityforge.com.  The physical version of the game includes the game cartridge along with an assortment of stickers and a two-sided poster that depicts a character compendium and the map that fans may find helpful on their journey through Siradon.

Death's Gambit: Afterlife

Alongside the physical edition of the game including exclusive in-box content for Nintendo Switch fans, Serenity Forge is also featuring an array of brand-new merch for the game on their online store. This merch includes a two-sided poster that gives fans an artistic overview of the game’s map and a beautiful hand-drawn rendition of the Afterlife key art. 

Additionally, fans are able to pick up a sweet, limited edition vinyl soundtrack featuring a curated tracklist alongside a digital download card. The most discerning fans can also adorn themselves with two branded Afterlife shirts, each with a unique style.

Death’s Gambit: Afterlife will launch digitally on Nintendo Switch and Steam for $19.99 later this month on Sept. 30.

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