eShop news (March 27) – Enter the Gungeon: A Farewell to Arms / Out of Space

Today’s Nintendo eShop news: final update announced for Enter the Gungeon, but also…

  • Out of Space
  • Graveyard Keeper
  • SEGA Ages Gain Ground

Enter the Gungeon: A Farewell to Arms

Dodge Roll Games and Devolver Digital have announced that Enter the Gungeon is getting its final update on April 5th (the 3rd Anniversary of the game). This update is called A Farewell to Arms, and it includes the following:

  • two new playable Gungeoneers (The Paradox and The Gunslinger)
  • dozens of new guns and items
  • a new secret floor with a new boss
  • community-inspired Rainbow Mode
  • Additional features, tweaks and fixes keep up with the philosophy to make the player feel “more powerful, more often” implemented in the previous update.

Here’s some screenshots:

Since launch, Enter the Gungeon has sold nearly 2.5 million units on all platforms (combined). A Farewell to Arms is the 3rd and final free expansion for the game, following Supply Drop, and Advanced Gungeons & Draguns.

Source: Devolver Digital PR

Out of Space

Here’s the latest trailer for Out of Space:

Out of Space (Switch – eShop) comes out this Fall in Europe and North America.

Graveyard Keeper

tinyBuild have announced that Graveyard Keeper is headed to the Nintendo Switch: it will even be playable at PAX West this week! Unfortunately, that’s all we know about this version of the game for now…

Graveyard Keeper (Switch – eShop) does not have a release date yet. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!

SEGA Ages Gain Ground

Here’s the latest screenshot and piece of trivia for SEGA Ages Gain Ground:

In the Japanese version, Stage 4-8 had a glitch where the level wouldn’t end unless you had only a few characters. As the plot involves a tyrannical AI, this became canonical, so the popular glitch is enabled by default in SEGA AGES.

SEGA Ages Gain Ground (Switch – eShop) comes out on March 28th in Europe and North America.

Source: SEGA (Twitter)


Here’s the latest video for SMITE:


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