Vigor Is Out Now On Switch, But You'll Need To Buy The Founder's Pack To Play

You can play Vigor on Switch now, as long as you grab the time-limited Founder's Pack.

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Vigor, the free-to-play shooter that has seen 4.5 million players on Xbox One, is now available on Switch Eshop too--although right now you can't play it for free. The game has launched alongside a Founder's Pack, which must be bought to play the game.

The Founder's Pack will set you back $20, and it contains the following items and benefits:

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  • Early access to the game before the Free-to-Play release
  • Founder Uniform
  • Vigor Baseball Cap
  • Gesture "Dust-off Hands"
  • Crowns (in-game currency, valued at $40)

This is a time-limited pack, although we're not sure how long it will be available for. The full free-to-play release will come later this year.

Switch players will be able to join the Outlands, the game's post-war Norway setting, and will be jumping into Season 4: Warlords. This season adds a new 5-on-5 mode called Elimination, as well as new cosmetics, weapons, and tools (including a Mortar Strike and Jammer).

Vigor joins a growing list of free-to-play shooters on Switch, which also includes Fortnite, Warframe, Paladins, and the upcoming port of Apex Legends.

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