Rick & Morty Creator's Trover Saves The Universe Hits Switch And Xbox One Soon
It'll hit Nintendo Switch first, then Xbox One shortly after.
Trover Saves the Universe, the strange, Justin Roiland-created platformer/adventure game that released for PC and PS4 earlier this year, is coming to Nintendo Switch and Xbox One--and you won't have to wait long at all. It will come to Switch this week on November 28, before an Xbox One release on December 3. Trover Saves the Universe will bring Roiland's weird sense of humor (the same one that's behind Rick & Morty, which he co-created with Dan Harmon) to all modern console owners.
Trover is coming to Switch and Xbox 😱🥳— Trover Saves the Universe (@TroverGame) November 21, 2019
Trover will be available on Nintendo Switch Nov. 28th
& on Xbox One Dec. 3rd
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The game will come to both consoles without support for the VR modes possible on PC and PS4; Xbox One does not have VR compatibility, and there's no mention of Labo VR support on the game's Switch store page. The Switch version is available to pre-order now, but the Xbox store page is not up yet. This release will come with both free DLC packs that have released for the PS4 version of the game: Jopo Mode, which gives you a new playable character, and "important cosmic jobs," which are playable jobs that can unlock Justin Roiland comedy sketches.
Trover Saves The Universe is a comedy game first and foremost, with the platforming and combat generally being quite simple. It earned a 7/10 in our original review, and critic Justin Clark summed up the game as "a really messed up alien buddy comedy." If you pick it up, be sure to look out for every Easter egg hidden away in the game.
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