Yomawari: Lost In The Dark Receives October Release Dates

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NIS America and Nippon Ichi Software have confirmed western release dates for Yomawari: Lost In The Dark, which is coming to Nintendo Switch.

The next chapter in the atmospheric horror series stars a young girl who awakens in a dark and unfamiliar forest, unable to recollect how she got there. Searching for a way out, she meets a mysterious individual who reveals to her that she has been cursed.

To break the curse that has been placed upon her, she must explore her town’s streets to seek out her lost memories. However, she must be careful, as malevolent spirits lurk in the shadows and she must avoid them by running, hiding and closing her eyes in the hope that she can survive long enough to succeed.

The publisher has outlined the game’s key features as below:

  • The Night Continues: Another chapter of the atmospheric horror series has emerged from the shadows! With a new story set in a frighteningly familiar world, new and returning fans alike can dive right in.
  • Home Sweet Haunt: Eerie sound design and shadowy environments set the stage for gruesome and terrifying ghosts never seen before in the series.
  • New Fear, New Me: For the first time in Yomawari, you can customize your character’s appearance by changing her hairstyle, hair colour, clothes, and accessories.
  • See No Evil: Do whatever it takes to survive the terrors of the night. Unveil secrets and spectres alike using your flashlight. Find clues while listening to the sound of your heartbeat to detect nearby ghosts, and utilize a new mechanic, closing your eyes, to avoid the gaze of the evil spirits watching you.

Yomawari: Lost In The Dark will release at retail and digitally on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch in North America on 25th October and across Europe and Oceania on 25th October 2022.

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