Weird West is getting a Switch port

Weird West

Publisher Devolver Digital and developer Wolfeye Studios announced Weird West: Definitive Edition is coming to Switch.

While the game’s Definitive Edition just hit Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 on May 8th, the Switch port currently has no release date. This will be the first time the game is playable on Switch.

“Weird West: Definitive Edition is coming to Nintendo Switch though we aren’t sure when quite yet,” the publisher said. “Keep a look on the horizon, gunslinger.”

Weird West has been available on Windows PC (via the Epic Games StoreGOG, and Steam), PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. If you missed it, you can find our review here (we recommend it!).

Here’s a rundown on the game:

Discover a dark fantasy reimagining of the Wild West where lawmen and gunslingers share the frontier with fantastical creatures. Journey through the story of a group of atypical heroes, written into legend by the decisions you make in an unforgiving land. Each journey is unique and tailored to the actions taken – a series of high stakes adventures where everything counts and the world reacts to the choices you make. Form a posse or venture forth alone into an otherworldly confines of the Weird West and make each legend your own.


  • Weird West: Dark Fantasy reimagining of the Wild West where lawmen and gunslingers share the frontier with fantastical creatures, each playing with their own rules and their own peculiar motives.
  • Intertwined Destinies: Discover the world through origin stories of different characters, moving from one character’s journey to the next until all converge in a final chapter.
  • Bespoke Experience: Each playthrough is unique as the game tailors the story to the player’s actions and past choices for an ideal dramatic arc.
  • Immersive Sim: Weird West supports different styles of play in a simulated sandbox world where characters, factions, and even places react to a player’s decisions.
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