A Hat in Time coming to Switch, ‘Seal the Deal’ expansion and local split-screen co-op announced for PC

New PC content due out on September 13.

A Hat in Time

Publisher Humble Bundle and developer Gears for Breakfast have announced a Switch version of A Hat in Time, as well as “Seal the Deal” add-on for the PC version. A release date for the Switch version was not announced outside of “coming soon.”

The “Seal the Deal” add-on will launch for the PC version on September 13. It will be free for all Kickstarter backers, free for everyone for the first 24 hours of release, and thereafter cost $4.99. It will include the following new content:

  • An all-new chapter set on the Arctic Cruise
  • A new ridiculously difficult mode called Death Wish
  • Six new Time Rifts
  • Over a dozen flairs, dyes, costumes, badges and camera filters

Additionally, a separate, completely free add-on that enables local split-screen co-op will also be released for the PC version on September 13.

Humble Bundle did not state whether the “Seal the Deal” or local co-op add-ons will be released for the console versions of A Hat in Time. (Update 2:05 p.m.: Gears for Breakfast said in the official A Hat in Time Discord server that “the DLC will not be coming to consoles.”)

A Hat in Time is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Watch a trailer for the “Seal the Deal” add-on below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

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