Salt and Sacrifice, the follow-up to the million-plus selling soulslike platformer Salt and Sanctuary from Ska Studios and Devoured Studios, is now available on Nintendo Switch. “The Traitor’s Tomb,” a free update adding a new area and PvP arena, is also available for Salt and Sacrifice owners on Switch.

Experience the thrill of the hunt as a Marked Inquisitor conscripted to defeat the Corrupted Mages terrorizing Altarstone Kingdom with their accursed elemental magic. Select from eight starting classes, take up arms, and set out from Pardoner’s Vale to purify the Kingdom by tracking Mages and defeating them to gain new power.

Battle through challenging zones inhabited by terrifying creatures, wicked traps, and platforming hurdles. Gather clues in the environment to progress Mage hunts before facing off against fearsome Pyromancers, Venomancers, and repulsive Corpumancers capable of bending elements to their wicked whims. Put the Mages to rest, destroy their hearts, and claim their bones to craft increasingly powerful weapons and armor before advancing further into the Kingdom.

Call upon fellow Inquisitors for co-op hunts or PvP invasions with crossplay support for all platforms. Utilize the Pardoner’s Vale Cooperation Board to set passwords for friendly sessions, call upon random partners using the Golden Candle, and join numerous factions for PvP and multiplayer features.

Seek the Kingdom’s deepest secrets in the all-new “Traitor’s Tomb” update, now available for free on all platforms. Descend into the mysterious Heart of Altarstone, an expansive new dungeon hiding Marked Inquisition’s darkest secrets. Encounter new NPCs, face multiple new bosses, and uncover fresh weapons and armor. The Traitor’s Tomb also introduces a new arena mode, allowing battle-hungry Inquisitors to face off in 6-player free-for-all PvP matches.

Salt and Sacrifice is now available on Switch for USD $19.99. The game is available in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Korean, Chinese (Traditional and Simplified) and Japanese.

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