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Roots of Pacha Coming to Switch and PlayStation 4 November 28

A co-op farming & life simulation game set in the Stone Age, Soda Den’s Roots of Pacha will make its way to the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 on November 28.

These versions of Roots of Pacha will pay host to feature parity and cross-platform multiplayer with the Steam version. In these versions, players will be able to explore romance options with Voda, get smoke signal gifts and letters, view additional cutscenes, and take advantage of a number of quality-of-life improvements. Note that Soda Den has further updates in the works for next year and beyond; the team strives to maintain feature parity between console and PC versions.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Roots of Pacha Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 & 5 Announcement Trailer

Timothy Dadone Nasello, Co-Founder of Soda Den, said the following:

“My brother Joni and I founded Soda Den and built Roots of Pacha around the idea of meaningful cooperative games. When you join your friends in Roots of Pacha, you’re not just an afterthought. You’re an important part of the world and a part of their journey. That’s why we prioritized cross-platform multiplayer and feature parity when making the console versions.”Timothy Dadone Nasello,

New to Roots of Pacha? This title will have players undergoing the Rite of Passage into adulthood as part of the Pacha clan. In order to do so, players will set out to explore caves, gather resources, domesticate wild animals, and advance civilization as we know it.

Source: Press Release
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