Rising Star Games and TOYBOX Inc. have released a new software update for Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing In Disguise on Nintendo Switch.
This updates the open-world mystery adventure game to Version 1.0.3 and continues to deliver improvements to the game’s frame rate, which drew significant criticism in both reviews and upon release.
The developer has worked with director and scriptwriter Hidetaka “SWERY65” Suehiro and producer Tomio Kanazawa on the game, with Shuhou Imai handling art direction and music from composer Satoshi Okubo.
Your story starts in present-day Boston, where FBI special agent Francis York Morgan must revisit the case he thought he had solved in 2005.
Both a prequel and sequel, you must work to uncover the truth behind a murder mystery into the Le Carré serial killer. Through the memories of a former FBI agent, you will solve murders and crimes committed in 2019 while also going back in time to 2005 to unravel the mystery.
You will be able to travel around the otherwise peaceful town by foot or skateboard, which can be upgraded to improve its speed or your ability to land more difficult tricks.
Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing In Disguise is now available exclusively for Nintendo Switch worldwide.