Released back in May on consoles and PC, Tequila Works' lovely platformer Rime combined lush visuals with a stunning world and puzzles, and the title is now on the way for the Nintendo Switch in just a few months. RiME will finally launch on Nintendo's console on November 14th in North America.
The PS4 and Xbox One versions of Tequila Works puzzle game RiME have been out for some time, but it won't come to Nintendo Switch until much later this year. A special physical edition of RiME, containing the full game and a digital download code for its original score, will be available at retailers for $39.99 / €44.99 / £39.99. The game was lauded for its art style and moving moments, but many felt it lacked some punch in its logical puzzles that cropped up sometimes far too frequently.
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Nintendo Switch owners can rejoice, as Rime has a release date. To compensate players and allow for a different price digitally, it will include a download of David Garcia's gorgeous soundtrack, which is available separately for $10.
Still, it should be a neat way to catch up on the game if you missed it earlier this year.