The King’s Bird Flying Onto Nintendo Switch on February 12th

Serenity Forge is bringing its precision-platforming game The King’s Bird to Nintendo Switch in just under two weeks’ time after a successful release on PC.

The game is set in a cryptic world that’s being kept a secret by a tyrant, and it’s your job to make your way through the lost kingdoms by using the game’s unique momentum-based flying mechanics. You’ll run, leap, and fly through the lost kingdoms until you discover the truth.

It all sounds very good and the trailer up above has got me sold on it instantly. I guess it also helps that the game was very well received when it released on PC last year.

We had an overwhelming reception to the launch of the PC version last year and we think The King’s Bird will resonate even more with console gamers,” said Kevin Zhang, Producer at Serenity Forge. “The game’s precision movements pairs perfectly with any controller and its vibrant art shines on a large TV.”

The King’s Bird will release on Nintendo Switch on February 12th. The game will cost $19.99. There’s no word yet on the UK and European pricing, but expect it to be there or roundabouts.

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