Fernz Gate travels onto Nintendo Switch today

Travel to the other side and beyond!

KEMCO, in collaboration with developer Exe Create Inc, have today released Fernz Gate on the Nintendo Switch! For those who don’t about Ferns Gate, the story starts after awakening in some unfamiliar woods, Alex, an ordinary high schooler living an ordinary life, learns he has somehow ended up in Fernland, a world where peace and order have been replaced by conflict and destruction. Fighting to defend himself from monsters, the ever-ominous threat of the Overlord, and one chaotic after another as he tried to find his own place in this new world, Alex comes across a young woman by the name of Lita from a peaceful world like his own.

Fernz Gate is set to include:

  • Intuitive 2D Battles – Easy-to-use controls that fill almost instinctive make battles a breeze. Plus, with the party’s HP completely restored after each battle, adventuring has become more convenient than ever; a perfect fit for stress-free play.
  • Buddies & Teams – Collect various buddies, team up with these unique characters, and become a force to be reckoned with in battle using skills to decimate enemy parameters, throw extra attacks into the mix, and harness their support in numerous ways. And who knows? Along the way, you may even encounter some familiar faces!
  • Packed with Content – By taking advantage of the Secret House during the party’s adventure, those buddies not participating in battle can be dispatched to look for items, planters can be used to raise parameter-increasing fruit, etc. Plus, with the monster guide, skill lists, and of course weapon upgrades, those familiar features players have come to expect are included, as well.

Be sure to head over to the Nintendo Switch eShop, where you can find Fernz Gate for £11.69 / $12.99.

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Jack Simpson

Contributor Hey look, it's Jack, The Indie Game Website's resident Australian! Fan of Shovel Knight, Hollow Knight and all things metroidvania. Part of our core news team, Jack believes games are more than just entertainment.