Inscryption coming to Nintendo Switch based on PEGI and ESRB ratings

For those unaware, Inscryption is a roguelike deck-building game developed by Daniel Mullins Games and published by Devolver Digital. Inscryption was released for Microsoft Windows on October 19, 2021. Shortly after, the game was released on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 in August 2022. Based on ESRB and PEGI rating, a Nintendo Switch version might follow.

According to both ESRB and PEGI rating, the product is arriving on Nintendo Switch in October. Thanks to Gemu Cafe on Twitter for spotting this. Based on the rating, Inscryption should’ve already been here. Devolver Digital hasn’t responded yet, and if this is true, then announcements are due.

This is a card-based deck-building game in which players battle a mysterious force while building their card decks, solving puzzles, and overcoming challenges. Gameplay mostly consists of card-based battles in which players attempt to defeat opponents by using animal-themed cards that slash, bite, or divebomb opponents’ cards. One cutscene depicts first-person video footage of a man getting shot; the camera falls to the ground as a large blood pool is seen. The word “f**k” appears in the game.

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