The highly anticipated co-op survival crafting game, Grounded, is making its way to the Nintendo Switch this month. Despite the vast backyard setting in the game, players will be pleased to know that the digital version of Grounded will only require a mere 3GB of space on their console. This is significantly smaller than the 10GB file size on Xbox Series X, making it an easily accessible title for Switch owners. Additionally, gamers who pre-order Grounded can enjoy a discounted price of $31.99 / £27.99, down from the regular price of $39.99 / £34.99.

For collectors and fans of physical editions, Limited Run Games will be offering both standard and collector’s versions of Grounded. However, there is a slight catch for those opting for a hard copy of the game. The standard edition is estimated to ship in July, while the collector’s edition will not be available until December. This means that players will have to wait a bit longer to get their hands on the physical copy of Grounded, but it could be worth the wait for those who enjoy adding special editions to their collection.

In conjunction with the release of Grounded on the Nintendo Switch, developer Obsidian is set to launch the final major update for the game. This update will introduce a range of new features, including New Game+, new ant types, new mutations, weapon variants, and much more. This means that players can look forward to an enhanced gameplay experience with additional content and opportunities to explore the world of Grounded in new and exciting ways.

The arrival of Grounded on the Nintendo Switch brings with it not only a compact file size and discounted price but also the promise of a comprehensive final update with exciting new features. Whether players choose to go digital or opt for a physical copy, the game offers a unique and immersive co-op experience that is sure to captivate audiences on the Switch platform. With continued support from the developers and the introduction of fresh content, Grounded is set to maintain its appeal and keep players engaged for hours on end.

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