Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons coming to Switch on May 28

Includes exclusive new two-player mode.

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is coming to Switch via the Nintendo eShop on May 28 for $14.99 with a new two-player local cooperative mode, publisher 505 Games announced. Pre-orders will be available today and include a 10 percent discount.

The game first launched for Xbox 360 in August 2013, followed by PlayStation 3 and PC in September 2013, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in August 2015, iOS in October 2015, and Android and Windows Phone in May 2016.

Here is an overview of the game, via 505 Games:

The Switch version of Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons introduces an all-new two-player local cooperative mode, offering players an opportunity to experience the heartwarming fairytale adventure together with friends or family for the very first time. Players can embark on an epic journey in single-player or with a friend to solve puzzles, explore stunning locations and face off against harrowing bosses. In addition to the new two-player cooperative mode, the Switch version of the game will come with exclusive bonus content, including a behind-the-scenes commentary from director Josef Fares and a concept art gallery.

Watch the announcement trailer below.

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