Goblin Slayer Switch Game Appears Outside Japan in October
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Goblin Slayer Switch Game Appears Outside Japan in October

The Nintendo Switch game Goblin Slayer Another Adventurer: Nightmare Feast, which is based on the anime of the same name,now has a worldwide release date. The strategy game will show up on October 25, 2024, following its February 2024 debut on the Switch and PC in Japan. 

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A new trailer appeared for this Goblin Slayer game as well. In addition to gameplay, it shows the deluxe and collector’s editions at the end. The €49.99deluxe edition includes the game, a sheet of stickers of five major characters, and the soundtrack CD. Only 500 copies will be sold at Red Art Games’ site. The €69.99 collector’s edition is limited to 1,000 copies. While it doesn’t include the soundtrack, it does come with the game, the stickers, a double-sided poster, and a double-sided acrylic stand with the game’s art.

As for the PC version of this Goblin Slayer game, it is already available worldwide on Steam. It launched in February 2024, just like it did in Japan. However, that version of the game only supported Japanese, and no other languages like English appeared. 

Goblin Slayer Another Adventurer: Nightmare Feast will come to the Nintendo Switch in North America and Europe on October 25, 2024. It is already available in Japan. The PC version, which doesn’t have English as an option, is available now worldwide. The anime is streaming on Crunchyroll. Yen Press handles the light novel and manga.

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