Gang Beasts and Augmented Empire developer Coatsink is teaming up with PHL Collective to publish their party game ClusterPuck99 on the Nintendo Switch this fall.

Alongside Coatsink’s own game SHU, the multiplayer puck-bashing sports game originally released on Xbox One and Steam in 2015 is getting a release some time in the next few months, and will come with a new selection of maps especially for the Switch.

You’ll be able to hook up 8 Joy-Con or pro controllers for local  multiplayer, and the game includes puck customization, an arena creator, instant replays and a single-player challenge mode.

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If you find yourself at the Tokyo Game Show or RTX London this year, then you’ll be able to try out the Switch version of ClusterPuck99 for yourself.

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