Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze to Be Ported to the Switch

Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze to Be Ported to the Switch

Time for some co-op mayhem.

Michelle McLean by Michelle McLean on Jan 11, 2018 @ 08:40 PM
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You know what is a brutal game that debuted on the Wii U? Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze. Oh, and it was more brutal if you played co-op (you could unintentionally - or intentionally - kill each other). Well, it is coming to the Nintendo Switch. I know, there've been a lot of ports, like Dark Souls Remastered and The World Ends with You: Final Remix, but ports are a good thing, especially if you haven't access these titles previously.

Expect Switch-exclusive features such as a beginner-friendly mode, which will aid newcomers in their quest to grow used to the controls. The beginner-friendly mode will focus on Funky Kong as a playable protagonist.

The side-scrolling platformer will launch on May 4, 2018.

If you have a moment, do be sure to check out the gameplay trailer below:

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