Blair Witch Will Come to Nintendo Switch This Summer

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Blair Witch, one of the most beautiful examples of horror/thriller games lately, will come to Nintendo Switch in the coming summer. The announcement was made by the game’s developer, Bloober Team.

About nine months ago, Bloober Team announced a new game called Blair Witch. The horror/thriller game, which debuted on the Xbox One and PC platform on August 30, 2019, was also released for PlayStation 4 in December and managed to collect positive reviews from the players.

Blair Witch, one of the most curious games of the period, was developed by Bloober Team, published by Lionsgate Games for Windows and Xbox One. The game takes place in a forest-like in the original Blair Witch movie and tells an immersive story.

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A new piece of news came from Blair Witch, one of the games that has been played lovingly since the day it was released and continues to sell in the genre of horror today. The game’s developer, Bloober Team, announced that the game will come to the Nintendo Switch platform.

According to the post by Bloober Team, Blair Witch will be playable on the Nintendo Switch platform in the coming summer. Although the game’s release date has not been fully announced yet, Nintendo is known to have created a new page for the game on its site.

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Blair Witch, one of the popular examples of horror/thriller game genre, has a ‘Mostly Positive’ review as a result of the reviews made by players on Steam. Game; IGN has gained fame by getting high scores from giant platforms such as Trusted Reviews and GameReactor.

Players who want to play Blair Witch can access the game’s Steam page from this link and add the game to their library. Those who want to play the game from Xbox game consoles can click this link, and those who want to play from the PlayStation 4 game consoles can click this link.

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