Ori and the Blind Forest Now Available on the Nintendo Switch

Posted on September 27, 2019 by Mehedi Hassan in Games with 1 Comment

Microsoft first announced it will be bringing its critically appraised Ori and the Blind Forest game to the Nintendo Switch back in August. And as promised, the game is available on the Nintendo Switch today.

Owners of the Nintendo Switch can now get Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition from the Nintendo eShop for $19.99. There’s a demo available for the title, so you can try it out before purchasing. The game only supports 1080p @ 60fps on the Nintendo Switch, and there doesn’t seem to be any cross-play support. The title download weighs only 3.5GB.

Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition is the second major title Xbox title Microsoft is bringing to the Switch after Cuphead. The company was faced with some criticism from fans for bringing Xbox exclusives to the Nintendo Switch, though the company said it had no further plans to bring any other Xbox exclusives to the Switch. For now, anyway.

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One response to “Ori and the Blind Forest Now Available on the Nintendo Switch”

  1. wshwe

    Good on Microsoft.

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