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Vehicular Carnage Coming To Nintendo Switch With Release Of Wreckfest

Bugbear Entertainment and THQ Nordic recently announced that the spectacular vehicular carnage of Wreckfest will soon be coming to the Nintendo Switch with the official release date coming on June 21st, 22. Players will be able to enjoy dozens of different vehicle options as they fight with friends online for dominance in the arena of carnage.

Vehicular Carnage Coming To Nintendo Switch With Release Of Wreckfest

The Nintendo Switch version of Wreckfest will include online multiplayer modes supporting up to 16 players alongside offline tournaments, all coming in at a steady 30 FPS. The Nintendo Switch version will also release with both a Season 1 and Season 2 package, including a host of vehicles, roof decorations, and car customization pieces.

The Nintendo Switch version of Wreckfest will launch June 21st and be available for $ 39.99 / € 39.99 / £ 34.99.

Source: Press Release
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