If you've been clamouring to make friends instead of enemies on the Switch then good news might be on the horizon. The Japanese Nintendo Twitter account has just announced that Undertale will be released on the Switch on September 15th in Japan.
Toby Fox, the game's developer, also responded to the tweet saying that more information about a release date in other regions will be coming soon (please don't make us wait a year like you did with Hollow Knight, Nintendo).
In Japan, folks will also have the option to pick up a gorgeous looking collector's edition of Undertale. Hidden inside the box is the soundtrack, art cards, bookmarks, a necklace that doubles as a music box, and of course the game itself.
The critically acclaimed game has you adventure through a mysterious underworld full of creatures that want to attack you, but you don't have to fight back, instead, you can make friends with every enemy you encounter.
The game has been praised for its charming story and clever subversion of the RPG genre, and seems like it'll be the perfect addition to the wholesome Nintendo console.
Undertale will be released on September 15th in Japan and, though there's no word on a Western release date, we imagine we won't have to wait too long to make new skeleton boyfriends on the Switch.