Hob: The Definitive Edition coming to Switch on April 4

Added camera controls, UI and quality-of-life improvements, and more.

Hob: The Definitive Edition

Hob, which first launched for PlayStation 4 and PC in September 2017, is coming to Switch on April 4 as Hob: The Definitive Edition, publisher Perfect World Entertainment and developer Runic Games announced. The Switch version is ported by Panic Button. Users who purchase the game before April 17 will receive 10 percent off the $19.99 purchase price.

Here is an overview of the Switch version, via Perfect World Entertainment:

Hob is an immersive atmospheric single-player adventure was originally developed by Runic Games for PC and PlayStation 4 in 2017. Panic Button has taken everything that fans loved about the original game and developed a version exclusively for Nintendo Switch, featuring improved controls and game features.

Hob: The Definitive Edition is an artfully crafted single-player adventure which sends gamers on a mysterious, breathtaking journey through the ruins of a lost civilization, where they will encounter strange creatures and unlock satisfying puzzles hidden throughout the world. The team at Panic Button has developed a version of the game for Nintendo Switch that provides adventurers with brand new ways to unravel the mysteries of Hob. This includes added camera controls, improvements to the game’s UI, a variety of quality-of-life improvements and new features only possible on the Nintendo Switch system, including HD rumble and touch screen functionality. A full list of enhanced features available with Hob: The Definitive Edition will be revealed at launch on April 4.

Watch the announcement trailer below. View the first screenshots at the gallery.

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