Wired Productions has revealed ‘Close to the Sun’ for Nintendo Switch

Prepare to fly like Icarus did in Close to the Sun where horror meets history, science, and a story that left us reeling in our PC review. It’s headed to the Nintendo Switch later this year.

If you haven’t already taken a trip to the Helios, a shim run by the mad scientist himself, Nikola Tesla, you really should be prepared to do so later this year. The breath-taking and unforgettable experience is on its way to the Nintendo Switch alongside PlayStation 4 and Xbox One later this year.

Just announced today, Wired Productions has revealed that you’ll get a chance to visit the horrific story of what happens when rotting flesh, interdimensional rifts, and even bigger scientific findings go wrong begin to collide in a single vessel, one where Rose must navigate her way through the ship, running from unseen forces, madmen, and other life-threatening situations while finding out what had happened to her sister Ada.

In our review, we openly stated the game as a “exhilarating experience that is ultimately brought to life through questioning the “what if” and exploring the worst-possible scenario of that very question,” in our review for Close to the Sun. Now we can’t wait to see what the game will have to offer on the Nintendo Switch later this year.

Close to the Sun has been counted among the most stunning games of 2019,” said Leo Zullo, Managing Director at Wired Productions. “Bringing titles that look this good to Switch is a challenge that we relish and the standard reached is a testament to the quality of our partner studios.

Close to the Sun is available now on the Epic Games Store and set to release later in 2019 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.

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