A few weeks ago, NIS America revealed 5 of the DLC games to be released for free for the SNK 40th Anniversary Collection. And yesterday, the company revealed the remaining 6 games coming as DLC… yes, you did read that right: we’re getting 11 additional games, instead of 10. There’s actually one extra game: World Wars!
But before we head into the games themselves, here’s details on how the DLC games will be released:
- 9 games will be added as part of the Software update update to be released on December 11th;
- 2 games (Beast Busters and SAR: Search and Rescue to be precise) will be released as free DLC pack, available from the Nintendo eShop.
Here’s the trailer showcasing the remaining 6 DLC games:
And here’s details about each game:
Avoid crashing your plane as enemies bombard you! Shoot your way through while collecting power-ups that change your plane’s form, but beware: losing health downgrades it, as well!
Can you emerge as the superior virtual athlete? Put your reflexes to the test as the game pits you against not only your fellow tennis players, but also other sports professionals in a tournament reminiscent of the Olympics.
This historical title is the very first developed and published by SNK! Known as the first action game ever to utilize a “health” bar, the player pilots a space craft to guard against galactic adversaries.
The undead have taken over the city, and it’s up to three tough guys to stop them! Clear the invasion only to face unusual bosses, and pray to whatever deity that you’ll be able to make it out alive.
SAR: Search and Rescue
What has happened? Two men are sent to uncover the facts behind a space shuttle’s disastrous crash. Run ‘n gun your way through the debris, but try to avoid needing your own search and rescue squad!
Sneaking in as the final DLC title, this vertical shooter features you as a pilot engaging a myriad of airborne foes! Alternate the formations of your protection squad to gain the ultimate advantage!
SNK 40th Anniversary Collection (Switch) comes out on November 13th in North America, and November 16th in Europe.
Source: NIS America PR