Players will soon be able to solve one of the toughest cases on the go, as Dry Drowning has just been confirmed for the Nintendo Switch. It will come with a completely overhauled English localisation language track and improvements to the user interface.
Dry Drowning was originally launched on the PC, letting players witness over 150 narrative threads that lead to three unique endings. It follows P.I. Mordred Foley, with a dark past of his own as he works against the clock to unmask a heinous serial killer, all set in a world where the hunger for power at the top results in society sinking to the absolute bottom.
Dry Drowning features:
- Choices that really matter: More than 150 story branches and three completely different endings.
- Moral choices that impact character relationships and the game environment across a potential 20 hours of gameplay.
- Elaborate clue system for investigations: Learn about the city of Nova Polemos and its citizens through dialogue, evidence, items, and character biographies.
- Horror style interrogations: Use evidence to reconstruct cases, break people’s masks of deception, and uncover the truth with Dry Drowning’s “Living Nightmare” system.
- Explore flashbacks and past cases to solve new ones.
- Dynamic soundtrack with more than 40 dramatic and emotional tracks.
- A balanced mix of Western and Eastern visual arts, casting light on a grim futuristic setting where cyberpunk and retro elements harmoniously coexist.
The Nintendo Switch version of Dry Drowning is planned for Q1 2021, whilst the PC version is already available on Steam, GOG, Utomik, and itch.io. Also available for PC, is a free demo that includes the first two hours of gameplay.