Deckbuilder RPG Gordian Quest launches for Nintendo Switch on October 26

Publisher Modus Games and developer Mixed Realms have announced that Gordian Quest will launch for Nintendo Switch on October 26, priced at $19.99. The deckbuilder RPG previously released for PC (Steam) in June 2022, following several years of Early Access.

A Nintendo Switch announcement trailer and description can be found below, via Modus Games. The official website is here.

Modus Games and Mixed Realms today announced that Gordian Quest will soon begin a new journey when the beloved deckbuilding RPG rolls its way onto Nintendo Switch on Oct. 26 for $19.99. An endlessly customizable adventure infused with a story-driven narrative, Gordian Quest promises an unmatched blend of novelty and replayability.

Dive into Wrendia: a world ruled by darkness - where monsters and thieves thrive. This land needs saving - and only heroes can bring Wrendia back from the brink.

Whether you're exploring procedurally generated landscapes in Adventure Mode or challenging an unpredictable Realm Mode, Gordian Quest offers diverse gameplay options for every RPG aficionado. All the while, this gameplay is weaved through an intricate, expansive narrative that will force you to make choices that can send the world of Wrendia into a new golden era, or plunge it into darkness it can never recover from.

Key features include

  • A Myriad of Modes: From the expansive Campaign Mode to the endless challenges of roguelite Realm Mode to the highly explorable procedurally generated Adventure Mode, Gordian Quest offers an infinite amount of replayability.
  • Ten Diverse Heroes: Featuring classes like the Swordhand, Druid, Golemancer and more - each with a unique playstyle.
  • Rich Customization: With close to 800 combined passive and active skills, gear up your heroes the way you choose for strategic turn-based battles.
  • A Personalized Quest: With multiple difficulty options, endless loot that can power up or curse your character alongside critical decision-making and dice rolls, no Gordian Quest adventure is the same as the last.