Two THQ Nordic Games Leak For Nintendo Switch

I love THQ Nordic and they have become tremendously supportive for the Nintendo Switch but, for reasons we may never know, they are terrible at keeping secrets. Originally discovered by Twitter user Lbabinz, it seems EB Games has a listing for both Darksiders 2 and Biomutant for Nintendo Switch.

The first Darksiders suffered similar leaks before being confirmed, so it seems this one is only a matter of time. This may lead to the third Darksiders making its way over to the Nintendo Switch, due to how well it was reviewed and to have the entire current series on Switch.

In case you’re unfamiliar with the Darksiders series, Darksiders 2 follows Death, one of the Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse, as he attempts to clear the same of his brother War, the main protagonist of the first Darksiders. Darksiders 2 Deathinitive Edition is rumored to release on Switch in August for $30.

Biomutant is the more curious case of the two as the game has been delayed and kept under wraps for a while now. The game is only currently confirmed for Xbox One, PS4, and PC. Biomutant is an action-adventure open world game where you fight mutated creatures with your own fully customizable one. Its rumored release and pricing is in March of 2020 and for $60.

What do you think? Is Darksiders 2 coming to Switch? What about Biomutant, do you expect it to make its way over to Nintendo’s portable console? Comment down below and let us know what you think about these announcements. Oh, and don’t forget to stick with The Loot Gaming for all your gaming news and reviews and on everything surround rumors and leaks!

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