‘Forager’ Now Available on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4

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Now available on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 is the 2D creative game Forager. Each physical copy comes with an exclusive poster and stickers for you to enjoy. It will also be available through European stores beginning Friday, November 1.

In Forager, the choices are endless. In this pixelated world, there is so much to do. Non-playable characters to interact with, puzzles to solve, secrets to find, and multiple ways to customize the experience. 

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Players can become anything they want! An adventurer to explore for hidden treasures and mysteries. Become a farmer with vegetables, fruit, flowers, herbs and more. Come across some animals? Pet, feed and take care of them. They will love you always. Gather consumables and supplies that can be given to the museum to show off. Exploit the resources by selling and buying them, making profits as a merchant. Be a builder, the land is ripe and growing to wait for farms, fortresses, cottages and more to take over. There are also four dungeons to face off against colossal bosses in battle, where weapons can be used and earned. 

As the game goes on, with the more getting built and with each new level reached, players get rewarded. 

The game was developed by HopFrog, published by Humble Bundle, and will be distributed by Nighthawk Interactive. You can get your copy at GameStop, Amazon, Best Buy, and Target for $29.99. Because of crude humor, fantasy violence, and mild blood, the game is rated E10+.

Watch the combat update trailer below!

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