Merge Games and Motion Twin are excited to reveal brand new physical and special editions of award- winning rogue-lite platformer ‘Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania’ coming to Switch today! Winner of ‘Best Indie Game’ at the Golden Joystick Awards and ‘Best Action Game’ at The Game Awards, Dead Cells launched back in 2018 to critical acclaim from players and critics alike.

In ‘Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania’, the grand gothic action of KONAMI classic crosses over with the award-winning rogue-lite to blistering effect in an all new 2D action adventure with Castlevania’s iconic characters & unforgettable world.

Available to purchase today, standard retail editions of ‘Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania’ feature reversable retro cover art, harking back to the NES and original PlayStation eras, while the deluxe Signature Edition adds a host of collectable extras including the epic CD soundtrack, an exclusive art book, pin badges and more.

Featuring the original base game for ‘Dead Cells’ along with Rise of the Giant, The Bad Seed, Fatal Falls, The Queen and the Sea DLCs plus 34 more free updates, ‘Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania’ introduces a brand new storyline across 2 new biomes.

Signature Edition versions of ‘Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania’ feature the following delectable and collectable extras for enthusiasts on Switch:

  • Standard copy of the game with retro reversable cover unique to Switch
  • Unique Signature Edition outer sleeves
  • Alternative disc soundtrack featuring 28 original Castlevania tunes reimagined in a Dead Cells style
  • Collection of 4 enamel pins
  • Exclusive art book
  • 5 snapshot photos souvenirs of the Beheaded in Castlevania
  • Lenticular castle card
  • 4 ‘Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania’ postcards featuring printed signatures
  • Special edition collectors box

Fans can order the standard and the Signature Edition of Dead Cells: Return to Castlevania on Switch from all good retailers including direct from Signature Edition Games!


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10M ago

It's a shame: I utterly love Castlevania but Dead Cells is just not my cup of coffee.