Dry Drowning will release on Nintendo Switch Next Week

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Author:

Jordan Smith

Publish Date:

16 Feb 2021

VLG Publishing and Studio V are bringing their critically acclaimed investigative thriller Dry Drowning to Nintendo Switch next week on February 22nd. The news of this thrilling visual novel, with eastern and western Art styles coming to last years most popular console came in a press statement from VLG Publishing today. Dry Drowning previously released on PC, via Steam, GOG, Utomik and Itch.IO back in August 2019, where you can also check out the game or try out its free demo.

Dry Drowning takes us to the near future, which has been dominated by dark forces who hold positions of power in this strange world. We play as a private investigator, who is troubled by their shady past. As the private detective, we have been tasked with exposing a serial killer who is causing chaos in the streets of the dystopian city of Nova Polemos, that is watched over by a tyrannical regime, and where the greed of societies top players starves those at the bottom.

Dry Drowning is a game all about choices and features over 150 story branches that all tie in to create three different and unique endings, offering a lot of replayability. As the private investigator, we will search for clues in Nova Polemos through interacting with its citizens, gathering evidence and creating biographies for those you encounter. Dry Drowning will also feature horror style integrations as we break peoples “mask of deception” with their Living Nightmare System.

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