Your dream to practice as an officially unlicensed surgeon with two non-dominant hands on the go will soon be fulfilled! After being teased last month, Bossa Studios' Surgeon Simulator port for the Nintendo Switch has officially been announced today with a trailer:
Taking on the role of Nigel Burke - a would-be surgeon with a less-than-conventional toolkit - the game sees players perform terrifying transplants in theatre, high-pressure procedures in an ambulance, and anti-gravitational operations in space!
Titled “Surgeon Simulator CPR” (Co-op Play Ready), the Nintendo Switch version is said to take advantage of the console’s features:
- By snapping out a Joy-Con controller, players will be able to swap to motion controls at any time for nail-biting precision, while HD Rumble will help bring the full roster of tools - from hammers to hatchets, buzzsaws to laser pens - to life like never before!
- Taking advantage of Nintendo’s split Joy-Con support, players will be able to tag a second surgeon in at any time, whether it’s at home or on the go, to immediately launch local co-op play!
The press release also came with some new, literally bloody in-game screenshots:
Bossa Studios provided a release window of this autumn for the release of Surgeon Simulator CPR on the Nintendo Switch.
SOURCE: GBAtemp Inbox