Physical editions of the platform game to be released in November.

First Press Games is getting set for the upcoming physical release of the 2.5D platform game Castle of Heart on Nintendo Switch.

Developed by 7Levels, Castle of Heart was originally released on the Nintendo eShop back in March; 7Levels is the developer behind puzzle game GolfPeaks, flight combat game Warplanes: WW2 Dogfight, and the upcoming platformer Jet Kave Adventure.

Two physical editions of Castle of Heart will be available to pre-order from 14th September (3:00pm BST) on the First Press Games website ahead of its scheduled release this November.

Castle of Heart - regular edition
The regular edition of Castle of Heart. (Picture credit: First Press Games.)

The regular edition of Castle of Hearts, limited to 3,000 copies, comes with the game cartridge, a cover with interior artwork, 40-paged manual, slipcase, and a numbered silver-coloured coin.

First Press Games is also publishing a collector’s edition of the game. Limited to 1,500 copies, the collector’s edition includes all the items in the aforementioned regular edition (but a gold-coloured coin instead of the silver one), as well as a soundtrack CD that comes with a 12-paged booklet, a felt pouch for the Nintendo Switch with enough space to carry five games, double-sided A2 poster, clearfile with a surprise insert, and a premium box with item tray.

Castle of Heart - collector's edition
The collector’s edition of Castle of Heart. (Picture credit: First Press Games.)

The soundtrack CD can also be pre-ordered as a standalone item too, though copies are limited to 350.

The CD comprises 10 tracks of acoustic, orchestral music and as previously mentioned, comes with a booklet featuring liner notes and an interview with the composer, and is housed in a jewel case along with a spine card.

The Castle of Heart soundtrack CD can also be pre-ordered from 14th September (3:00pm BST) from the First Press Games website. Like the physical editions of the game, the CD is also expected to ship this November.

Watch the launch trailer for Castle of Heart (embedded below) to see the medieval game up and running.

This article was last updated on 19th September, 2019 (1:58am) with relevant hyperlinks.