eShop news (April 21): Kingdom: Two Crowns – Dead Lands / Ninjala

Today’s Nintendo eShop news: Kingdom: Two Crowns – Dead Lands (major update) announced for the Nintendo Switch, but also…

  • Ninjala
  • Help Will Come Tomorrow
  • Guard Duty

Kingdom: Two Crowns – Dead Lands

Raw Fury have announced a major update for Kingdom: Two Crowns, called Dead Lands. It’s a collaboration with Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, and it will be completely free… no strings attached! It will be released on April 28th worldwide.

This update will add a brand new stage, but also some new features. For example, you will get to change your mount (a first for the Kingdom series), and you will get to switch between four different monarchs (each one with their own characteristics and abilities). The four monarchs are: Miriam, Zangetsu, Gebel, and Alfred.

Here’s some screenshots:

Source: 4Gamer

Ninjala

Starting today, the client for the Ninjala open beta (which takes from place on April 28th and April 29th) is now available for download from the Nintendo eShop (search for Ninjala Exclusive Ninja Club). That way, you can download it right away and be ready to jump into the action the moment the open beta kicks off. By the way, for those interested: the Japanese version of the game (and open beta client) does offer an English language option.

Here’s some more screenshots for the game:

Ninjala (Switch) comes out on May 27th in Europe and North America, and May 28th in Japan.

Source: Nintendo

Help Will Come Tomorrow

Here’s a gameplay trailer for Help Will Come Tomorrow, now available in Europe and North America:

Guard Duty

Here’s some screenshots for Guard Duty, which comes out on April 24th in Europe and North America (price: 9.99€ / £9.99 / $9.99):

Guard Duty (Switch – eShop) comes out on April 24th in Europe and North America.

Source: Ratalaika Games PR


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