E3 2019: Nintendo Switch Release Of An Internet-Favorite Game Coming Soon
Dream Daddy is coming to Switch, and it releases "in the very near future."
E3 2019's conferences are almost over, and there have been loads of announcements already. Another newly revealed game port for Nintendo Switch is set to release "in the very near future" and is sure to get much of the internet very excited. While much of the year's Nintendo Switch news will be coming today as part of the Nintendo Direct stream, we got a new game announcement ahead of time. Dream Daddy: A Dad Dating Simulator is coming to Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android soon, publisher Game Grumps has announced.
"We'll be dropping Dream Daddy for Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android in the very near future," the company said on Twitter. "An official release date will be forthcoming, so stay tuned!"
To celebrate the announcement, Game Grumps has made new mixtapes for each of the game's characters. The publisher also teased there might be new characters coming when the game comes to the new platforms.
To celebrate the new releases, we (@graylish and @vernonshaw) made special mixtapes for all the Dads (and others?). We'll be dropping a new one every day, so to kick us off, here's Amanda's girl band chillout playlist ??✨https://t.co/k868NWcPWd pic.twitter.com/4qMHErv2qW— Dream Daddy (@dreamdaddygame) June 7, 2019
Dream Daddy was first released on PC in 2017 and soon became a cult hit. The game, which came to PS4 late last year, has you play as a dad romancing other dads in your town. It's filled with dad-based puns, and at its core it has an incredibly heartwarming story about raising a daughter on your own. It's also inclusive without feeling like the diversity is just posturing; gender and sexuality issues are presented in a straightforward manner, but for the most part, the dads' narrative arcs are about fatherhood. We said it was one of the best PC games you might have missed in 2017.
This is one of what's sure to be a huge number of games for Switch at E3. We'll be keeping track of all the new ones to help you stay on top of all the announcements. The Nintendo Direct on Tuesday is still a big question mark in terms of what we can expect beyond the fact that it will run for 40 minutes. One of the very few clear promises came over the weekend, as it was confirmed we'll find out who the next Smash Ultimate DLC character is during the Direct.
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