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For the last week, Cartoon programmer Gears for both Breakfast and publisher Humble Bundle have been teasing exciting announcements to get A Hat in Time, and today we finally heard exactly what they were. The A Hat in Time: Seal the Deal along with co-op DLC packs were first unveiled, and the programmers finally declared that the game would be coming to Nintendo Switch.

For those who didn’t know, A Hat in Time is a self-labeled “adorable as hell ” 3D platformer following Hat Kid as she intimidates the Time Pieces needed to run her spaceship across several intriguing worlds. The newest Seal the Deal DLC happens in an Artic Cuise and has Hat Kid exploring this interesting area for Time Pieces while socializing with quirky characters such as the ship’s captain. Six fresh time rifts have also been included, as have a ton of new outfits, flairs, dyes, and ribbons to customize Hat Kid with.

The most interesting new badge is the Nostalgia Badge, making the game seem as though it’s running on Nintendo 64. A new Death Wish manner in Seal the Deal may even radically increase the game’therefore difficulty. Seal the Deal will be liberated to KickStarter backers and also to everybody on its launch day, but may then go up in price to $4.99. A Hat in Time will also be getting co-op support on PC via a totally completely free DLC package. The Seal the Deal and the co-op DLC will launch on September 13.

Gears for Breakfast finished this presentation by demonstrating that A Hat in Time would eventually be coming into Nintendo Switch. The programmers previously stated they couldn’t bring A Hat in Time into the Nintendo system due to technical issues, but it looks like the overwhelming fan outcry and the rampant success of this game allowed them to make A Hat in Time’s Nintendo Switch port a reality.

You may check out the whole presentation below.  ”

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