‘Batora: Lost Haven’ Official Launch Revealed for Nintendo Switch

Check Out The New Trailer of This Indie Action-RPG

The teams behind Team17 and Stormwind Games have announced just now, that Batora: Lost Haven will launch on April 6th for the Nintendo Switch. Originally released on Playstation and Xbox, along with the beloved Steam bundle in 2022, this action-RPG hack-and-slash is not only physically fun in terms of gameplay with its twin-stick shooting capabilities, but also, features a surprisingly intricate puzzle system. A fun combat adventure perfect for a Switch console release.



Batroa: Lost Haven sees Avril on an interstellar adventure across the galaxy while wielding her dual powers of Sun and Moon. Set across a galaxy of alien planets, witness the power of Avril as she’s challenged both mind and spirit. In a story that branches into multiple narratives, each with its own different ending. A tale of figuring out how much we’re willing to sacrifice for the ones we love.

Batora: Lost Haven Key Features

  • Answer destiny’s call: Join Avril as she journeys across the universe, uncovering ancient secrets, wielding unimaginable power, and making life altering decisions
  • Fast-paced, multi-layered combat: Harness the powers of the Sun and Moon, leveraging the power of the mind and body in frenetic battles against unearthly enemies
  • Choose you path: Consider your actions and forge your path in an epic, interplanetary tale, ultimately deciding just how much you’re willing to sacrifice for love
  • Intricate puzzle solving: Solve intricate puzzles and otherworldly challenges, putting Avril’s mind and body to the ultimate test
Christian Angeles
Christian Angeles
Christian Angeles is a screenwriter who likes sharing stories and getting to meet people. He also listens to words on the page via audible and tries to write in ways that make people feel things. All on a laptop. Sometimes from an app on his phone.

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