VA-11 HALL-A is Bringing Another Round to Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 in Early 2019

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A toast is in order. Today, game developer Sukeban Games announced that their narrative-driven, cyberpunk bartending simulator VA-11 HALL-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action will be coming to the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 early next year.

For those who didn’t get the chance to play the title when it released on PC and PlayStation Vita back in 2016, VA-11 HALL-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action stars Jill, a bartender in the futuristic yet dystopian setting of Glitch City. Jill interacts with NPCs as any bartender would—by crafting and serving them drinks. Different cocktails can influence characters in different ways, as can the amount of alcohol you allow each character to have. Through its simplistic point-and-click gameplay, VA-11 HALL-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action rewards you for listening, empathizing, and conversing with patrons.

Of course, the news of this port hardly comes as a surprise seeing the massive success that indie titles have enjoyed on both the Switch and PS4. While Sukeban Games reports that they have sold over 200,000 copies of the game on PC and PlayStation Vita, the game (which currently boasts a perfect score on Steam) will certainly broaden its audience with the help of these additional platforms.

VA-11 HALL-A is available now on PS Vita, PC, Mac, and Linux, and will be heading to PS4 and Nintendo Switch early next year. You can read DualShockers‘ review of VA-11 HALL-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action here, and you can also check out the newly-released trailer for the game’s console announcement:

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