Nintendo Switch Getting Former PS4 Exclusive Four Years Later
The [Nintendo](/category/nintendo/) Switch, [Nintendo Switch](/category/nintendo-switch/) Lite, and Nintendo Switch OLED are getting a former, and forgotten, PS4 exclusive three years after its initial release.Between games like Bloodborne, Ghost of Tsushima, The Last of Us Part 2, God of War, Death Stranding, Horizon Zero Dawn, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, Persona 5, and Marvel’s Spider-Man, the PS4 had some of the best games last generation locked behind exclusivity, at least at launch, as some of these games have since come to PC.The Nintendo Switch is no slouch in the exclusivity department though, boasting games like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2, Super Mario Odyssey, Fire Emblem: Three Houses, Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and Metroid Dread.That said, not every exclusive — whether on PS4 or Nintendo Switch — is worth writing home to your mother’s cocker spaniel.Both consoles have exclusive games that many have forgotten about.
One example on PS4 is Omen of Sorrow, which is no longer a PS4 exclusive, but was at launch.
In addition to announcing that the game is coming to PS5, developer AOne Games and publisher Eastasiasoft have announced that the game is coming to Nintendo Switch, though there’s no word of a release date.What there is word of us is a limited retail release on both of these platforms, courtesy of Play-Asia.
According to the pair, these versions of the game represent an “expanded release,” which comes with a revised story mode and new arcade mode endings.Meanwhile, cross-play is also coming to the game “soon.”
Preorders open NOW with — eastasiasoft (@eastasiasoft) [@playasia] for our physical release of monster horror fighting game Omen of Sorrow!
Only 2000 Limited Editions for Nintendo Switch, 1000 for PS5 — includes game, manual, soundtrack and numbered certificate in a collector’s box! [pic.twitter.com/JCddhXKNo8] [February 24, 2022]
For those that don’t know: Omen of Sorrow is a horror fighting game that debuted on the PS4 back in 2018 to a 63 on Metacritic.
It’s unclear how the game has sold, but it’s done well enough to continue to be supported.Since its PS4 release, it’s come to both PC and Xbox One.
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