Dauntless on Nintendo Switch lets you make a T-Rex tail into a hat on the go.
Dauntless, which brings the Monster Hunter formula to a free-to-play indie setting, is out today on Nintendo Switch. Its release was one of the big announcements at today’s Indie World Direct.
The game has been cooking for a while. It was first released in beta back in 2018, then got an early access release this spring, before getting a full release on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in September.
The game, smartly and generously, allows players to cross save among versions. So if you’ve been playing for a while on PS4, you can seamlessly swap to Switch and back. All games should do this. Thank you, Dauntless.
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