Bulletstorm (Along with Duke Nukem) Comes To Switch This Summer

Scheduled for release this summer.


Gearbox has revealed a port of Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition--complete with its Duke Nukem DLC--is coming to Switch. Called Bulletstorm: Duke of Switch Edition, the game allows you to play with original protagonist Grayson Hunt or the titular protagonist of the Duke Nukem franchise.

Releasing in 2011, Bulletstorm is a first-person shooter that focuses on rewarding players for killing enemies in the most creative way possible. A remaster for Xbox One, PS4, and PC, titled Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition, released in April 2017, adding the option of playing as Duke Nukem--who fits in perfectly with the game's rather crass humor. The Switch port is scheduled for Summer 2019.

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In our Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition review, Scott Butterworth gave the game an 8/10, writing, "For longtime fans, Full Clip Edition doesn't offer much to be excited about. Additions like Overkill Mode and the upgraded visuals are certainly welcome, but fundamentally, this is the same game they already played in 2011. That said, the experience absolutely holds up: the skillshot system remains wildly fun and inventive, the weapons are still a gruesome joy, and the writing...well, it's as distinctive as ever. If you missed Bulletstorm when it originally released--and based on sales numbers, you probably did--now's the time to treat yourself to a clever if cringe-worthy blockbuster."

Gearbox made several other announcements during its keynote presentation. We Happy Few is getting a new DLC, titled They Came From Below, that will launch next week as a part of the game's season pass. TinyBuild also has a new horror game coming out on May 23 called Pathologic 2.

Further details about the upcoming Borderlands game was announced as well, but there wasn't anything new revealed (yet anyway, as the keynote is still going). Gearbox confirmed the identities of some of the characters included in the teaser trailer for the new game, including an older Tiny Tina, Hammerlock, Ellie, and Marcus.

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