Gal Metal Arrives On Switch October 30 In North America, November 2 In Europe

XSEED Games and Marvelous Europe today announced that the free-form rhythm title Gal Metal will launch for Nintendo Switch on October 30, 2018 in North America and on November 2, 2018 in Europe both digitally and at retail.

The game will be available digitally on the Nintendo eShop for $29.99, with the “Encore Pack” DLC available on the same day for $9.99 adding five new characters, each with their own unique story episode and song. Fans can pre-purchase the game from the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch starting October 18.

Hardcore metalheads can preorder the “World Tour Edition” of Gal Metal at select retailers for an MSRP of $39.99. The “World Tour Edition” includes the base game and “Encore Pack” DLC bundled together on the same Nintendo Switch cartridge, along with an instruction manual and a previously unannounced exclusive set of Heavy Metal stickers. These stickers feature an assortment of in-game characters.

Gal Metal Nintendo Switch

The Gal Metal “World Tour Edition” includes:

  • Gal Metal for Nintendo Switch
  • Encore Pack DLC on the cartridge
  • Five New Characters, each with a unique story episode and song
  • Owner’s Manual
  • Heavy Metal stickers

About Gal Metal

Gal Metal is a rhythm game designed for Nintendo Switch that turns the Joy-Con into drum sticks. Players will take hold of the Joy-Con and rock along with the music in order to repel would-be alien conquerors. This is accomplished by creating complex performances and racking up millions of points using personal free-form drumlines based on over a dozen different beats. With Nintendo Switch™ Pro Controller support on offer as well, players will be able to choose how they want to jam and earn metal power to use against these nefarious invaders in this uniquely adlib-friendly rhythm experience.

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