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Cyberpunk Thriller “The Red Strings Club” Gets a Switch Port on March 14

Publisher Devolver Digital and indie developer Deconstructeam have announced Nintendo Switch port for The Red Strings Club.

The cyberpunk thriller is heading to the hybrid console next week, on March 14th. Featured above, you can view a new trailer for the port.

Here’s a rundown on the game:


The Red Strings Club is a cyberpunk narrative experience about fate and happiness featuring the extensive use of pottery, bartending and impersonating people on the phone to take down a corporate conspiracy.

The professed altruistic corporation Supercontinent Ltd is on the verge of releasing Social Psyche Welfare: a system that will eliminate depression, anger and fear from society. However, the bartender of a clandestine club and a freelance hacker don’t regard this evolution as an improvement but as brainwashing. Alongside unwitting company employees and a rogue empathy android, the duo will pull all the strings they can to bring down this scheme.

Key Features:

  • Cyberpunk Thriller Narrative
    Uncover a mysterious corporate program that promises a blissful existence while debating what does happiness means and what lengths are permissible to obtain it.
  • Psychological Bartending
    Read your customer’s’ mood and mix the perfect cocktail to manipulate the client’s emotions in order to gather the information you want and progress your agenda of stopping Supercontinent’s plans.
  • Genetic Implant Pottery
    Design genetic implants at a high-tech lathe to change the attitude and direction of the corporation’s most influential executives.
  • Vocal Corporate Espionage
    Assume the voice of important figures in the Social Psyche Welfare project and play their own motivations against each other over the phone to uncloak their plans.

The Red Strings Club has been available for Windows PC, Mac, and Linux via Steam,

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Brandon Orselli

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