Starbreeze’s “25 Million” Selling RPG Enclave Is Getting Resurrected On Switch

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Third-person action RPG Enclave is getting a revival on modern platforms, it has been revealed.

Originally released on the Xbox in 2002 by Starbreeze Studios (Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, Payday 2), Enclave was later ported to the Wii by TopWire Interactive in 2012. It is claimed by Ziggurat Interactive – the company behind the forthcoming remaster – that Enclave has sold ‘over 25 million copies’ on all formats since it was launched in 2002.

The new version – which is also coming to the Xbox One and PS4 – will contain enhanced visuals and sound, along with 20 new music tracks and a remastered version of the original soundtrack. The 2012 Wii version of the original game made use of the console’s motion control interface, and it remains to be seen if the Switch edition will do the same.

There’s no trailer or screens as yet, but here’s the trailer for the 2012 version to tide you over:

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