Infliction: Extended Cut Delayed On Nintendo Switch

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Blowfish Studios and Caustic Reality have confirmed that Infliction: Extended Cut has suffered a delay on Nintendo Switch.

No reason was given for the delay, only that it will “no longer launch simultaneously alongside the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions on 25th February 2020.”

In this psychological horror game, you will walk through an interactive nightmare that is set in a once-happy household.

It’s up to you to piece together the mystery behind a harrowing series of events while struggling to survive against encounters with an entity that stands in the way of you discovering absolution.

The home has been crystallized by tragedy, leaving you to uncover heartbreaking secrets hidden in messages, artwork, household objects, and other items.

These will unlock new paths that will lead you to make new discoveries, although you must avoid the malevolent presence that inhabits the residence – hiding beneath tables or beds and using light sources like camera flashes to stun the spirit.

The Extended Cut adds additional endings and a New Game Plus mode that has “bonus story content, increased difficulty, remixed scares, chilling new puzzles, and other surprises.”

Infliction: Extended Cut will release on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch worldwide in 2020, priced at £15.99 ($19.99).

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