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Sky: Children of Light now on Nintendo Switch and features two modes – Performance and Graphics

The critically acclaimed Sky: Children of Light, which was created by the team behind PlayStation indie hits Journey and Flower, for iOS and Android is now available on the Nintendo Switch system and it is free to play. The social game weighs in at 2.5 GB and allows you to discover seven dreamlike realms with others to uncover the underpinning mystery. The Switch version of the game features two different modes: you can either choose a 30fps HD mode or a 60fps Performance mode which bumps down the resolution. Sky: Children of Light is available to download for free right now on the eShop.

Fly with Friends

From the award-winning creators behind Journey (2013 Game of The Year) and the highly-acclaimed Flower, comes a ground-breaking social adventure that is set to warm your hearts.

Welcome to the enchanting world of Sky, a beautifully-animated kingdom waiting to be explored by you and your loved ones.

In Sky, we arrive as the Children of the Light, spreading hope through the desolate kingdom to return fallen Stars to their constellations.

In the kingdom of Sky, you can…

• Soar and explore 7 dreamlike realms to uncover the mystery.
• Encounter and socialize with like-minded players from around the world.
• Meet new characters and experience heartfelt stories with each new adventure season and event.
• Feel free to express yourself with a delightful selection of character customization.
• Team up with others to adventure into darker realms, save spirits and uncover ancient treasures.
• Gift candles of light to share appreciation and grow friendships.
• Enjoy a unique musical experience and create harmonies together.
• Join an ever-expanding world with new upcoming attractions, including seasonal events and expansion of realms.


2 thoughts on “Sky: Children of Light now on Nintendo Switch and features two modes – Performance and Graphics”

  1. YESS! Every game should have performance and graphics modes. I’m sick of playing games that struggle to run at a measly 20 fps like Hyrule Warriors AoC.

    Before anyone claims it’s not noticeable, i suggest you book an appointment at your nearest ophthalmologist to get your eye checked.

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