Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons – coming to Nintendo Switch next week


We’re proud to have partnered with 505 Games to bring the epic fairy tale adventure game Classic Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons to the Nintendo Switch for the first time in physical form.

A total of just 5,000 copies will be printed and will go on sale on March 25th at 6pm GMT (10am PT / 1pm ET) for approximately £ 27 (excluding taxes and postage) – available worldwide exclusively on

In typical Super Rare Games tradition, this rare, printed physical release includes all of the latest content on the card, a full-color manual, interior graphics, an exclusive sticker and three trading cards randomly selected from the five-card set. Fans won’t have to wait long because Super Rare Games titles will be shipping shortly after they go on sale.

About Brothers: A Story of Two Sons

Join two brothers on an epic fairytale journey from visionary Swedish film director Josef Fares. Control both brothers at the same time while playing co-op in single player – or play your way through the heartbreaking story with a friend.

Two Brothers, One Epic Adventure – Control both brothers at the same time and experience co-op in single player like never before

A journey you will never forget – Solve puzzles, explore breathtaking locations and face fearsome bosses

The water of life – a man who clings to life. His two sons, who are desperately trying to heal their sick father, have only one option. They must embark on a journey to find and bring back the “Water of Life” while relying on one another to survive. One has to be strong where the other is weak, brave where the other is fearful, they have to … brothers

Bonus Content – Includes bonus content: a behind-the-scenes look with commentary from the director and a concept art gallery.

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