Yooka-Laylee Gets Nintendo Switch Release Date


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Playtonic Games’ retro throwback comes to Nintendo.

 

Yooka-Laylee will be released on Nintendo Switch on December 14th.

The game will initially be available only as a digital download, with a physical release still to be confirmed. Those who backed the game on Kickstarter and chose to receive a Wii U version, then chose to receive a Switch copy when the Wii U port was canceled, will receive a code on launch day.

Playtonic worked directly with Nintendo and Unity to optimise the new version of the game – it will run at 900p in docked mode, and 600p in handheld mode (you can see footage of the game in handheld mode below).

Playtonic claims the Switch version of Yooka-Laylee is the best yet, thanks to optimisations that have resulted in improvements such as a more consistent frame-rate.

The Switch version adds an internal achievements system (the achievements appear to be based entirely on those found on the Xbox and PlayStation versions), and supports single Joy-Con play in Yooka-Laylee’s multiplayer arcade games. It also comes pre-packaged with the major patch other versions received post-release, adding new camera controls, improved signposting and more.

This marks the release of the final version of Yooka-Laylee. Playtonic has not yet announced what it’s next project will be.

We awarded Yooka Laylee a 7.0 review, saying that “while it lacks the heart and polish of some of its incredible predecessors, it’s a good reminder that this genre, once thought to be dead, still has some life left in it.”

Joe Skrebels is IGN’s UK News Editor and forgot to write anything for this part before boshing off on holiday. Luckily, his sexy friend Gav was here to save the day. 

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This article and images were originally posted on [IGN Video Games] November 28, 2017 at 10:07AM

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