Zynga Launches ‘Star Wars: Hunters’ on Nintendo Switch, Mobile Devices

Step into the arena in the new competitive battle arena game, available now worldwide.

June 6, 2024

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‘Star Wars: Hunters,’ Zynga
‘Star Wars: Hunters’Zynga

Zynga, a publishing label of Take-Two Interactive Software, and a global leader in interactive entertainment, in collaboration with Lucasfilm Games, has launched “Star Wars: Hunters,” a  competitive battle arena game available as a free download on Nintendo Switch, iOS and Android devices.

Set on the planet of Vespaara, “Star Wars: Hunters” welcomes players to the Arena, the galaxy’s favorite sporting locale. Here, teams of four face off in fast-paced, competitive matches set across various battlefields inspired by familiar “Star Wars” biomes, from aboard the Death Star to the sandy deserts of Tatooine. Players can choose their Hunter from a roster of diverse, endearing characters based on iconic Star Wars archetypes, such as J-3DI, the droid who thinks he is a Jedi, and Utooni, a pair of Jawas stacked atop one another in a trench coat.

“We are thrilled to finally welcome fans across the globe to Vespaara and introduce them to our incredible lineup of Hunters,” says Sam Cooper, vice president, Zynga. “Matches in our game are easy to hop into, but hard to master. We can’t wait to see the action as players duke it out in the Arena. Good luck, the galaxy is watching.”

“‘With Star Wars: Hunters,’ we’re inviting fans to a new destination in the Outer Rim to experience a larger-than-life expression of the Star Wars galaxy unlike any we’ve seen before,” says Douglas Reilly, vice president, Lucasfilm Games. “We can’t wait for players to discover the cast of Hunters and team up with friends to fight in the Arena.”

“Star Wars: Hunters” is available now as a free download for the Nintendo Switch, on the App Store and on Google Play. “Star Wars: Hunters” does not require a Nintendo Switch Online membership to download and play. Players can download the game now at StarWarsHunters.com.

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