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Sleeper Hit GHOST OF A TALE Is Officially Coming to Nintendo Switch on October 8, 2020

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Sleeper Hit GHOST OF A TALE Is Officially Coming to Nintendo Switch on October 8, 2020

Indie developer SeithCG has some truly fantastic news for fans of mid-tier action-adventure games, as the French studio's award-winning Ghost of a Tale will finally arrive on Nintendo Switch on the 8th of October.

Those who would like to purchase a physical copy of Ghost of a Tale's long-awaited Nintendo Switch port will unfortunately need to wait a little longer, as its limited physical edition doesn't have a release date yet.

As a friendly reminder, SeithCG's original project is currently available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

For those unfamiliar with Ghost of a Tale, it follows the story of a brave minstrel mouse — named Tilo — who embarks on a great quest to escape a dark dungeon and find a way to save the love of his life, Merra.

To learn more about the unique world of Ghost of a Tale, take a closer look at its all-new trailer down below:

Ghost of a Tale is an action-RPG game in which you play as Tilo, a mouse and minstrel thrown into a perilous adventure. Through stealth and cunning you’ll be able to explore the secrets of Dwindling Heights Keep and navigate its dangers.

Ghost of a Tale is currently available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC (via Steam, GOG, and Origin); coming to Nintendo Switch on October 8, 2020.


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