SURGEON SIMULATOR CPR Is Heading To The Switch This Fall

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The Switch is no stranger to getting games that are not usually associated with a Nintendo system. This fall, Switch owners can now live their dreams of becoming a surgeon as Surgeon Simulator CPR is headed to the console. 

In celebration of the game's 5th anniversary, developer Bossa Studios is releasing a port of the game, complete with all the previous iterations of the infamously challenging simulator. CPR for the Switch will feature motion controls and HD rumble support. Players will also have access to all original operation and the eye and teeth transplants from the original A&E. Moreover, players will get their hands on the highly-classified Alien Autopsy operation. 

To make things more exciting, the Switch version of the game will now feature a co-op mode. Players can just hand a joy-con to a friend and work together on an operation for a drop-in, drop-out gameplay. 

As of now, Bossa Studios is yet to reveal the exact release date of CPR to the Switch, but a Fall window was promised by the studio. 

Surgeon Simulator is currently available on the PC, PlayStation 4, PSVR and iOS devices.