Vigor Arrives On Nintendo Switch
Beginning today, Nintendo Switch players can join 4.5 million Xbox One owners playing Bohemia Interactive's Vigor. The looter-shooter is now available on the console with cross-play built in. However, since this is more or less an early access, those who wish to begin playing today -- rather than later this year -- will need to drop a bit of cash for the Founder's Pack. The pack runs $20 on the Nintendo eShop and includes $40 worth of in-game crowns as well as access to the Outlands and other exclusive content.
It's also worth noting that the Switch version of the game includes the latest season of content: Warlords, which includes a new battle pass theme, the new 5v5 Elimination game mode, new tools, weapons, and more. Among the new tools added are a jammer and a mortar strike. The new weapons include a Bugle F1, a Uk vz. 59, a M249, and a RM14. There's also a new ligher memento.
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