We may soon meat again!
Indie platformer Super Meat Boy is making its way to the Nintendo Switch.
Team Meat—the developers of the original game—made the announcement through Twitter, sharing a teaser image of the title screen running on a Nintendo Switch with the caption reading “Oh by the way…”.
Oh by the way… pic.twitter.com/Wfg1diDSTa
— Team Meat (@SuperMeatBoy) August 9, 2017
The Switch version will be developed by BlitWorks, a studio specializing in porting video games to various platforms. BlitWorks’s resume includes ports of Crypt of the Necrodancer, Don’t Starve Together, Darkest Dungeon and dozens more, as well as the PlayStation 4, PS Vita and Wii U releases of Super Meat Boy.
When asked about which variant of the game the Switch would receive—either the original or the upcoming Super Meat Boy Forever—Team Meat confirmed that this release will indeed be the original version. Super Meat Boy Forever is to be an endless platformer, though is still in development at Team Meat.
A release date for Super Meat Boy on Nintendo Switch has not yet been announced.
Super Meat Boy originally released back in 2010 on PC and Xbox 360, garnering a huge amount of critical acclaim, before finally releasing on PlayStation and mobile platforms in 2015 and 2016, respectively.