Pumpkin Jack Gets Into The Holiday Spirit With A Free Christmas Update
In what might be the most appropriate update for any video game ever, Pumpkin Jack will be receiving an all-new Christmas update along with a limited-time holiday sale for the game coming on PC and Nintendo Switch.
The update comes completely free to those who already have the game installed, and will come included with any new purchases.
With the update, Jack will be getting into the holiday spirit by being able to wear a new Christmas-themed outfit that, when worn, will make it snow. Levels will also be packed with various holiday decorations – what’s a winter wonderland without snowmen and Christmas trees, after all – and will feature five festive gifts that you can find throughout each level, unlocking even more holiday surprises. You’ll also be able to collect Jack’s letters to the big man himself – Santa Claus – whom Jack lovingly refers to as “Fat Man”, keeping in line with the game’s humor.
If you’ve been thinking about checking out the critically acclaimed indie platformer, the Christmas update provides another great reason to do so. Although the game ranks around the middle of the road on Metacritic, the Steam community appears to think otherwise – giving the game an impressive rating of “Overwhelmingly Positive.”
The holiday sale also makes now the perfect time to snag Pumpkin Jack – at least, if you’re planning on playing the game on Switch or PC. Pumpkin Jack is currently available for 30%-off on the Nintendo eShop, 25%-off on Steam and GOG, and 20%-off on the Epic Games Store.
Having played the demo prior to its full release, I can attest that the platforming mechanics and dark humor of the game are incredibly enjoyable. I haven’t had a chance yet to check out the full game, but with this Nightmare Before Christmas-like take on the game (along with the sale), you can count me in among the people who will be finally picking up this solid platformer. Maybe playing through the game in its Christmas mode will even become a new holiday tradition.
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