Surgeon Simulator teaser trailer suggests Switch release

The newest teaser trailer for Surgeon Simulator suggests that the title could be coming to the Nintendo Switch.

Published Jul 7, 2018 2:00 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:51 AM CST
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A new teaser trailer has been released by Bossa Studios for their title Surgeon Simulator. The teaser comes in the form of "Bone-Shattering news" as a player flicks the 'switch.'

The video starts off with the classical Surgeon Simulator hand navigating it's way poorly over a shelf, knocking over several different objects before stopping at a light switch. The hand then proceeds to try and press the light switch, before failing a few times the hand eventually succeeds ending the video with "coming soon."

The fact that there is a light switch followed by a 'coming soon' heavily suggests that Surgeon Simulator could be on it's way to the Nintendo Switch. Currently there is no known release date for a Nintendo Switch version, but for those that cannot wait the title is already available on PC, PS4, iOS and Android devices. For further information regarding Surgeon Simulator and the possibility of a Nintendo Switch release, visit the official Surgeon Simulator website here.

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