The previously scheduled Nintendo Switch launch title The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+ has been pushed back and will no longer be a launch title on March 3 when the new console is scheduled to be released. Nicalis also announced some new items for first-run copies of the physical Switch Launch Edition of Afterbirth+. Their reasoning for the late announcement was, unfortunately, "due to issues way beyond our control".
While these bonuses will likely help convince fans that the delay isn't a big deal, the fact that The Binding of Isaac won't be part of the Switch's launch lineup is bad news for early adopters. Also included is a 20-page full cover instruction booklet, which is a beautifully done homage to old game packaging. It's just not quite the release date everyone hoped for.
Afterbirth+ was going to be one of the launch titles for Nintendo Switch, but things have changed. Soon you will a lot more announcements from third-party partners. However, Nicalis did confirm that the game would be released later in March for the Nintendo Switch.
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The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+ includes three games: Rebirth, Afterbirth and Afterbirth+.
Though Afterbirth+ is already available for PC, no information was given on whether the PS4 and Xbox One releases would still be out this Spring. Nicalis stated that players should expect one or two updated before the Booster Packs are added to the game.