2064: Read Only Memories Launches for Switch on August 14

Midboss has announced the release date for the Switch port of 2064: Read Only Memories.

The cyberpunk adventure game will launch for the hybrid console on August 14th, via the eShop. Featured above, you can view a new trailer for the game’s latest port.

Switch owners can expect exclusive features like fast-skip, auto-save, new voiced scenes, and other main improvements to the game, as well as having the game running on the new “Turing Framework” in Unity.

Here’s a rundown on the game:

Take to the streets with the “Punks” side story, remastered, fully voiced and seamlessly integrated exclusively into 2064: Read Only Memories Integral on Nintendo Switch. Other content in this definitive edition of Read Only Memories includes video clips from the cutting room floor, a jukebox with never-before-heard tracks, as well as all of the voice acting, other polish and content added to the game since its initial launch.

Follow Turing, who claims to be the world’s first fully sapient ROM (Relationship and Organizational Manager) on a mysterious investigation after the disappearance of their creator. Turing is as witty as they are cute and depending on player choices can become a close companion while helping solve point-and-click puzzles and problem-solving minigames.

The city of Neo San-Francisco transposes modern day social issues into a hopeful cyberpunk future by asking questions about identity, individuality and what it is to be human. With a diverse cast of characters, each fully voiced by talents including industry legends Melissa Hutchison (The Walking Dead), Adam Harrington (Middle Earth: Shadow of WarThe Wolf Among Us), and more, 2064: Read Only Memories Integral puts the focus on meaningful interactions and choices while exploring topics such as advanced AI, cybernetic enhancements and genetic experimentation.

2064: Read Only Memories has been available for Windows PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PS Vita. An Xbox One version is still planned.



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