Darkest Dungeon for Switch Launches January 18
The Switch version of Darkest Dungeon will launch via the Nintendo eShop on January 18, developer Red Hook Studios announced.
The main game will cost $24.99, and “The Crimson Court” and “The Shieldbreaker” downloadable contents will cost $9.99 and $3.99, respectively.
Darkest Dungeon first launched for PC in January 2016, followed by Linux that April, PlayStation 4 and PS Vita that September, and iOS in August 2017. An Xbox One version has yet to be officially announced, but it has been rated in Europe.
Red Hook Studios said it will announce more information on ithe upcoming “The Color of Madness” downloadable content in the coming months.
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Darkest Dungeon will be available for purchase on the Nintendo Switch eShop on January 18th! Set aside a few spare Joycons and read up on your Switch warranty in preparation for your struggle to survive the Darkest Dungeon!
In addition, both of our currently released DLCs, The Crimson Court and The Shieldbreaker will be available for purchase on release! You can find more information on the contents of The Crimson Court and The Shieldbreaker on our game overview page.
The price for the game and DLCs:
Darkest Dungeon – $24.99 USD
The Crimson Court – $9.99 USD
The Shieldbreaker – $3.99 USD
Darkest Dungeon will be available for digital purchase in all of Nintendo America and Nintendo Europe countries.
Does the Switch version support touch controls?
Will our upcoming DLC The Color of Madness also be coming to the Switch?
Yes! We don’t have a timeframe for that DLC just yet, but stay tuned for more information in the coming months.
Android version when!?
We don’t have any current plans for an Android version! I know that’s not what you want to hear, but its the truth.
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