Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today Coming to the Nintendo Switch

A special announcement has happened for the dystopian adventure game Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today. A perfect addition to the Nintendo Switch is on its way.

Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today, published by BadLand Games and created by independent developers Fictiorama Studios, has previously been released on Steam, PlayStation 4, iOS and Android. Well, now it’s time for Nintendo’s hybrid console the Switch to get a chance.

“We want adventure fans to experience a terrifying future brought forth by a series of world-ending cataclysms in Dead Synchronicity. They better be prepared for an intense, unnerving experience that explores primal fears, lawlessness, and the depths of human nature.” – Luis Oliván, producer and public relations manager at Fictiorama Studio

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Dead Synchronicity tells the story of Michael, a man with no past who must recover his identity and decode the two events that brought the world to the edge of collapse. The first is the so-called “Great Wave,” an inexplicable chain of natural disasters. The second is a pandemic that has turned humans into “the Dissolved,” infected beings with special cognitive powers whose sick bodies will eventually dissolve into blood. If Michael doesn’t hurry, he won’t be able to avoid the impending moment of “dead synchronicity” … when time itself starts to dissolve.

Main Features:

•    Revel in stunning 2D graphics that pay homage to German Expressionism.
•    Solve puzzles to move the story forward and unravel a horrific sci-fi plot.
•    Immerse yourself in a bloodstained world filled with dread.
•    Pays homage to ‘90s classic adventure games, with a control twist and modern mechanics, making the game appealing to both young and old-school gamers.
•    Explore the world with old school “free-roaming” gameplay.
•    Play with English or German voiceovers accompanied by an atmospheric score by indie rock band Kovalski.

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A release date has not yet been announced, but we’ll be sure to update once it has been.

In the mean time, you can check out our review of Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today on the PlayStation 4, as well as the Nintendo Switch trailer.