Perception, the debut first-person horror game from former Bioshock developers The Deep End Games is heading to Nintendo Switch on October 31st.
Originally released in May for Xbox One, PS4 and PC; Perception sees players take on the role of Cassie Thornton, a blind woman, who must make her way through a sinister mansion in Massachusetts to discover its haunting secrets and dark past using echolocation to light the way.
Perception will be available for $14.99 this Halloween alongside an update for all platforms that introduces many changes including newly recorded lines for lead character Cassie, reworked gameplay systems for better balance and checkpoints, and narrative and audio enhancements.
“We absolutely love the Switch, and view bringing it to a new platform is an opportunity to essentially relaunch the game based on the awesome feedback we’ve received from streamers and gamers at trade shows. And based on that feedback I could not be more stoked to allow gamers to experience Perception in new and exciting ways, both on the existing platforms and on the Switch,” said Perception Director Bill Gardner.
“With “Story Mode” gamers can explore the mansion and its history without the fear of being caught or killed. It’s an immersive ghost story, so this walking sim mode is great for gamers who love deep narratives. In “Scary Mode” there are more aggressive enemies, and dying has more serious consequences.”
Perception will be available for Nintendo Switch on October 31st.