The only specific type introduced in Switch is FPS. Recently, we have similar games The escape and Alien: Solate, but the choice is not trivial compared to the number of first-person shooters available on other platforms. Fortunately, by the end of this month, there will be at least one more option from Swap: Hypercharge: No boxes
A bright and colorful FPS takes place in your regular home and draws inspiration from toy Story, The Little Soldiers and maybe even Military Forces series. You take the strings of five-foot-long soldiers as you fight the wave behind enemy bedrooms, bathrooms, gardens and more. Unlike many other archers, however, you won't have to pay to unlock any additional content in the game.
In the official Hypercharge Unboxed Twitter account, the UK-based indie developer after the game – Digital cybercherries – revealed that all game reviews will be completely free and shared with a full road map of the program within the next four months after the game is released.
When spending your hard-earned money on the game, you shouldn't crawl over reviews. Guess what, you won't pay for our updates. Here is a drop of what you intend to have in the game this year.
As you can see above, these updates will add new characters, paths, maps, enemies and weapons. There will also be quality improvement and in March a demo will be made.
Keep an eye out for the Nintendo Life update for Hypercharge: Unwritten, going live later today.