Nintendo announced today that Minecraft will come to Nintendo Switch on May 11 digitally, with a physical version to hit stores at a later date.
Minecraft will include multiplayer for eight players online or four players locally on Switch, offering split-screen as well as support for the Switch Pro Controller.
The Switch version will also include the Super Mario Mash-Up Pack that previously came to Wii U, which offers Mario-themed skins, textures, music, and much more from previous Mario games.
Minecraft was first confirmed for Nintendo Switch back in January. Earlier this week, Microsoft announced a new marketplace coming to the Windows 10 and mobile versions of Minecraft later this year, but it’s unknown for now how many PC features will be headed to the Switch version.
For more on Minecraft’s Mario mashup, check out our interview with Nintendo’s Damon Baker about the collaboration.