NetEase have announced that the free-to-play battle royale game Knives Out (known as “Kouya Koudou” in Japan) has already surpassed more than 300,000 downloads on the Japanese Nintendo Switch eShop after just two days. NetEase promise more content will be added to the Switch version in the future Via Daniel Ahmad.
NetEase have announced that the battle royale game Knives Out (known as “Kouya Koudou” in Japan) will launch on the Nintendo Switch eShop on 31 October as a free download. Log-in within the first 15 days and clear the select mission to acquire a Switch-version limited backpack and costume. The smartphone version has been downloaded 30 million times in Japan and the Switch version allows players to use their smartphone accounts. Via Famitsu.
Edit: it’s now available. It supports Japanese and Chinese language only and requires 6.1 GB. In-game vouchers cost from ¥120 for 60 through to ¥9,800 for 5,280.
NetEase have opened up pre-registration for the Nintendo Switch version of the battle royale game Knives Out (Kouya Koudou). Users will receive a limited reward after the release for pre-registering with a special limited parachute skin if the total number exceeds 100,000. Announcement trailer added below…