OPUS: The Day We Found Earth and OPUS: Rocket of Whispers are coming to Nintendo Switch in physical form. OPUS Collection arrives on Nintendo's hybrid console on May 28th.
This physical collection will contain both OPUS games, which were originally only available as digital titles. Each copy of OPUS Collection's initial printing will also come with a free bonus soundtrack voucher containing 36 music tracks. The physical version of OPUS Collection appears to be a collaboration between publishing houses PM Studios and acttil. Both OPUS games were originally developed by Taiwanese developer SIGONO. You can check out the launch trailer for OPUS Collection below:
OPUS Collection comprises two games: The Day We Found Earth and Rocket of Whispers. In The Day We Found Earth, players control adorable robot Emeth as he strives to rediscover the lost planet of Earth. In order to do so, he must operate a deep space telescope to scan the skies for secrets and forgotten planets. In Rocket of Whispers, players control two survivors of an apocalyptic plague who must build an interstellar rocket. They must navigate their frozen world, seeking supplies, crafting materials for their rocket, and uncovering the secrets of a once-prosperous land.
Both of the OPUS games were, and still are, available on Nintendo Switch in digital form. This'll be the first time either game has been available physically. We don't yet know how much OPUS Collection will retail for but OPUS: The Day We Found Earth is currently $5 on the eShop, while its followup is $8.99. Expect the physical release to cost a bit more thanks to overheads and various other manufacturing costs. When we find out, we'll let you know. Until then, you can look forward to OPUS Collection's release on May 28th.
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