Battle Worlds: Kronos brings 90’s-inspired turn-based strategy to the Switch

Battle Worlds: Kronos, a turn-based strategy sci-fi opera inspired by games such as Advance Wars and Battle Isle, is releasing on the Nintendo Switch.

THQ Nordic and King Art Games made the announcement Friday that the game is launching on June 11. The game launched on PC via Steam in November 2013.

Players have the chance to experience both sides of the war against strong AI or your friends in local cooperative play. From dominating a civilization with epic tactical warfare, to saving your planet from superior military forces with clever guerrilla tactics, the Battle for Kronos rages strong and you are in control.

Battle Worlds: Kronos features more than 60 hours of gameplay through three campaigns against challenging AI commanding a wide range of ground, air and sea units.

Battle Worlds: Kronos will launch on the Nintendo Switch on June 11, 2019, digitally and in-stores for $29.99.

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