February 1, 2019 5:07 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The Cyberpunk Detective Thriller that is >observer_ is close to releasing on Nintendo Switch. Next week in fact, on February 7th. Developed by the same company that did Layers Of Fear, Bloober Team have also released a new trailer a couple of days ago to help further explain the events of >observer_.

You can find the trailer below as well as the official press release below.

 

Cyberpunk Noir Thriller >observer_ Comes to Nintendo Switch on Feb 7

The Most Advanced Cyberpunk Game on the Nintendo Switch

February 1, 2019, Kraków, Poland — Bloober Team, the successful indie studio who brought you Layers of Fear, is now prepared to launch the most advanced cyberpunk game to ever come to the Nintendo Switch. >observer_, the cyberpunk noir thriller released to high accolades on PC, Xbox One, and PS4 is releasing worldwide on February 7, 2019, for the Nintendo Switch at a retail price of $29.99 USD/€29.99.

>observer_ is a cyberpunk, detective thriller set in the year 2084 in Krakow, Poland. The world lies in ruins with corporations seizing power after the fall of governments. You do their bidding. No lie will remain hidden from you, as you hack into the minds of those you interrogate. When your past catches up with you, you must act on your own and unravel the mystery of your son’s disappearance. Your name is Daniel Lazarski, you’re an Observer.

Key Features

  • Hack into the twisted minds of criminals and their victims as you traverse a surreal landscape, uncovering meaning behind imagery.
  • Unique cyberpunk setting, as players find themselves in 2084 AD, Krakow, Poland.
  • Genre-defining gameplay in an unsettling, dark dystopian future.
  • Exercise your morality by making difficult choices in the futuristic slums, where the law is what you make it.

observer_ releases worldwide on the Nintendo Switch on February 7, 2019, for $29.99 USD/€29.99

 

Source: Evolve PR

 

 

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This post was written by Mike Scorpio

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