Control Ultimate Edition – Cloud Version has now launched through Nintendo eShop

Control Ultimate Edition – Cloud Version

For the first time ever, 505 Games and Remedy Entertainment are making Control available to gamers on Nintendo Switch with Control Ultimate Edition – Cloud Version. As announced in today’s Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner ShowcaseControl Ultimate Edition – Cloud Version has now launched through Nintendo eShop, where you can purchase an Unlimited Access Pass for just £34.99.

Control Ultimate Edition – Cloud Version

Control Ultimate Edition – Cloud Version is the complete Control experience, including the original base game, both expansion packs, and all additional game modes. It also features an Enhanced Graphics mode at 30fps with ray tracing on or Enhanced Performance mode at 60fps with ray tracing off, as well as seamless transition between TV and handheld. With fast load times and cloud save synchronization, you can pick-up-and-play Control anywhere with a stable Internet connection.

Control Ultimate Edition – Cloud Version

“This is the first time ever that a Remedy game is playable on a Nintendo console! We couldn’t be happier that Nintendo Switch owners get to experience Control Ultimate Edition through the Cloud and join Jesse on her journey to becoming the Director of the Federal Bureau of Control. We hope players enjoy discovering secrets and putting Jesse’s telekinetic powers to use in the weird, supernatural world we’ve created,” said Remedy’s Communications Director, Thomas Puha.

Control Ultimate Edition – Cloud Version

Following the story of Jesse Faden as she explores the dark secrets of the Federal Bureau of Control, Control Ultimate Edition – Cloud Version delivers a visually stunning third-person action-adventure that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Blending open-ended environments with the signature world-building and storytelling of renowned developer, Remedy Entertainment, Control presents an expansive and intensely gratifying gameplay experience.

Jim Smale

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