The authentic sports simulation game Pure Pool from Ripstone Games is coming to the Switch this month. And it’s pretty soon – in a couple of weeks, in fact. On November 17, the Switch version for Pure Pool will launch via the eShop. Enthusiastic players can pre-order their copy now, along with a 20% discount that’s available between now and the launch date. Afterward, the game will retail for £12.49/$14.99/€14.99.
Running at 60 frames per second, Pure Pool can be experienced at 1080p quality docked and 720p handheld. The Switch version also utilizes the console’s full capabilities and support to ensure that your playstyle is rightfully configured. Hollie Pattison of Ripstone Games commented on bringing the title to the Switch:
We’ve had an amazing reaction to our initial announcement of Pure Pool coming to Nintendo Switch. The game runs like a dream on Switch and really delivers the ultimate billiards experience on the platform.
Official gameplay footage of Pure Pool for the Switch came out along with the announcement. The preview features the game’s soothing jazz music with various pool shots to witness.
Pure Pool is a simulator title where the premise is to simply play pool. The game features a single-player campaign, challenges, and customization options. Furthermore, several multiplayer modes will satisfy the craving of any pool player. And with the global leaderboards for the game, players can track their own progress while challenging others in free-play, two-player, Leagues, 8-ball, 9-ball, Blackball, Killer, and Accumulator.
With Cross-Play support enabled, players can choose from a variety of multiplayer options for both local and online gaming. Some of the game’s playable modes include Speed Pot, Checkpoint, and Breakpoint. Pure Pool also gives players the option to play against stored DNA player profiles.
Pure Pool for the Switch will include all of the snooker content from the game’s original DLC. Make sure to cue your shot for November 17 when the Switch version drops.
Pure Pool is available to play now for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam.