Project Winter coming to Nintendo Switch next week

Other Ocean Interactive have announced that they are bringing Project Winter, a survival game, to the Nintendo Switch. It will be released next week worldwide (on September 16th to be precise). It will require about 2.4GB of free space, and the Japanese version does offer an English language option.

Here’s a trailer, some details, and some screenshots:

The eight-person multiplayer game strands players in the freezing wilderness, cut off from the outside world, isolated by an icy tundra and surrounded by paranoia and suspicion. Here they must work together to escape the approaching blizzard as well as the deathly intentions of fellow team members. The survivors’ battle against the freezing elements is made all the more complicated by the traitors in their midst who will deceive, sabotage, and even commit murder to thwart their teammates’ attempts to escape. For players that encounter wild animals or murderous teammates on their travels, there are various weapons they can use to gain the upper hand and cling desperately to any chance of survival.

Project Winteris a pioneer in the popular social deception game genre that combines familiar game mechanics such as crafting and resource gathering with hidden-role gameplay for an intriguing and challenging experience. New PlayStation and Nintendo Switch players will have access to the same features as PC and Xbox players in their quest for survival and escape, including text chat, emotes and proximity voice channels. No matter what platform they’re playing on, the icy and unforgiving wilderness of Project Winter provides all gamers with a challenge like no other, filled with sabotage, betrayal, murderous teammates and a handful of starving grizzly bears.

Project Winter (Switch – eShop) comes out on September 16th worldwide.

Source: Other Ocean Interactive PR


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