CRSED: F.O.A.D Arrives On Nintendo Switch
Online shooter CRSED: F.O.A.D. has made the leap to the Nintendo Switch. As of now, shooter fans can take the game on the go. Control seven different champions, each with unique superpowers as you fight your way across the Dark Zone in Mexico, as well as Normandy.
The game offers an interesting selection of mechanics, including zombie summoning, the ability to flood your surroundings, and even call in a solar eclipse. Players can take part in jetpack fights or set their enemies on fire with flamethrowers. The Switch version of CRSED is identical to that on other platforms -- with the exception of being optimized for Nintendo's console. There's no mention of cross-play. Of course, the game is free on the Switch and players have the option to purchase cosmetic items or progression speed boosts.
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