Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption Delayed, Coming to Switch

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Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption Delayed, Coming to Switch

So, last year was a tremendous year for their software as well as hardware, between Zelda and Mario Odyssey and all the games that they had, it really drove a lot of hardware sales as well as software.

A Nintendo Switch version was also announced.

A big part of this fairytale has been the big library of incredible games which keep coming. Even with it plagued with supply difficulties, Nintendo Switch sales are continuing to make it a smash hit. "Whether they are in search of the easiest order of bosses to fight or if they want to start the game with the most hard conditions, Sinner tailors the adventure to them".

It's no secret that the Nintendo Switch is a pretty popular console, and now the console has once again proven itself, crossing the 4 million mark in units sold in Japan since it released in March of 2017.

Publisher Another Indie and developer Dark Star Game Studios have announced Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption has been delayed from April 25th to the third quarter of 2018. That's not all though.

The promise of an announcement "very soon" seems to suggest Switch users will be getting the current FM 2018 title.

It's in the best interest of GameStop's executives to puff up all the product they can, but a recent comment from their CEO shed some light on what's to come this year on Switch.

Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption is planned for Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, Windows/ Mac in Q3 2018 ($18.99), and will be available in English, Spanish, German, Japanese, Russian, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese.

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