Original SteamWorld Dig arriving on Switch next month

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Digging up an old gem.

SteamWorld Dig: A Fistful of Dirt — Image & Forms original title — is coming to Switch on February 1. SteamWorld Dig 2 released on Switch last year, with the series strategy title, SteamWorld Heist, launching there back in 2015.

SteamWorld Dig first released on 3DS and home consoles in 2013 to a warm reception. Rusty the robot’s mining adventure had a surprising level of charm, and offered procedurally generated minees to explore in each playthrough. SteamWorld Dig should cost $9.99 when it arrives on the eShop February 1.

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