Bullets Per Minute is coming soon to Nintendo Switch

On October 5 it premiered one of the best games of 2021 on Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, PS4 and PS5 consoles, as it arrived BPM: Bullets Per Minute by AWE Interactive, a new kind of FPS that implements rhythmic game elements to deliver a unique hardcore experience. It seems that BPM: Bullets Per Minute could come soon to the Nintendo Switch.

BPM: Bullets Per Minute It was released a year ago on PC via Steam, and since then it has been receiving constant updates that added new content to the game, in addition to improving the gameplay. All these improvements came in the console version of BPM: Bullets Per Minute, so we hope they will also be present at the next version of Nintendo Switch, if it exists.

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It was the official account of BPM: Bullets Per Minute the one that gave us the clues to this new version, because in a Twitter post they made a list of the platforms on which it was available, showing with a sign of approval to STEAM, GOG, PS4 y XBOX ONE, while a question mark reveals that they are preparing BPM for another platform.

The only comment from AWE Interactive it was “Don’t say Nintendo DS, because we tried it and it definitely wouldn’t work“, Which is why some fans believe that it is a version of Nintendo Switch. “Definitely Switch, as long as it’s not a cloud version”Was what another fan said, although the delay inherent in this type of game would make BPM: Bullets Per Minute a very frustrating experience, as it requires a lot of precision.

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Either way, for now we just have to wait for an official announcement, but BPM: Bullets Per Minute is an FPS that manages to propose something new in this saturated genre, offering a gameplay and soundtrack that position it among the best games of 2021. While we wait you can listen the BPM soundtrack: Bullets Per Minute via Spotify.


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