Dragon: Marked for Death by Inti Creates was first announced during the 2017 Nindie Summer Showcase. Since then, its release has been repeatedly pushed back. Fortunately, the digital version was locked in for 31st January 2019 not long ago (in both Europe and North America) and now a listing on Amazon has confirmed the physical release date.
You’ll be able to add this hard copy of the game to your Switch collection roughly a month later on 26th February. This version will set you back USD$49.00 and is published by Nighthawk Interactive. If you do opt with the physical game card, you won’t have to worry about any of the DLC as it already contains both character packs. To read more about this DLC, click here.
Here’s some more information about the game from the Amazon listing:
Play through the game as one of four members of the Dragon blood Clan The characters, known as the Dragon blood Clan, have forged a pact with the Astral Dragon which granted them special new powers.
The Empress is a well-balanced DPS character, the Warrior is a Tank class character that protects the party with his high defense, the Shinobi is DPS that includes access movement on tricky attacks.
Work together with your companions to progress through stages! In Dragon MFD, working together with your companions opens up a whole new realm of exciting possibilities when it comes to defeating enemies and traversing stages.
where you Carefully the striker pixel art from some of the industry’s best Dragon which paints the entire picture and brings players right into the dark fantasy setting.
Battle against gargantuan bosses! Absolutely gigantic bosses that are bigger than the entire screen await our heroes. Work together with your comrades to take down these larger than life baddies!
Can you wait a little bit longer for the physical release? Tell us below.
Source : https://www.nintendolife.com/news/2019/01/dragon_marked_for_death_physical_release_arrives_in_february
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