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Kingdoms of Amalur first debuted in 2012. The action role-playing game had a fun open world and fast-paced combat, but it wasn’t able to sell enough copies to keep the Kurt Shilling-owned 38 Studios afloat.
Amalur is expanding its borders and heading into the unkown territory of… Nintendo Switch on March 16th, 2021.
— Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning (@ReckoningGame) January 19, 2021
THQ Nordic bought the rights to the franchise in 2018 and remastered the game with Re-Reckoning, which came out last September for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. It was one of our favorite RPGs from 2020.
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Now that Re-Reckoning is on Switch, Kingdoms of Amalur comes to a Nintendo platform for the first time.
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