Nintendo Switch-Exclusive SEA OF SOLITUDE: THE DIRECTOR’S CUT Hits the Shelves in March


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Nintendo Switch-Exclusive SEA OF SOLITUDE: THE DIRECTOR’S CUT Hits the Shelves in March

Creative Director Cornelia Geppert has confirmed that Sea of Solitude is headed to Switch, finally allowing all fans of the hybrid console to experience the dramatic story of a woman facing her biggest fear — loneliness.

Although the base version of Sea of Solitude was published by Electronic Arts (under their indie-focused EA Originals label), its Nintendo Switch edition is being produced by Quantic Dream — that's right, the studio behind Beyond: Two Souls and Detroit: Become Human is finally ready to strengthen its new publishing arm.

According to the French company, Sea of Solitude: The Director’s Cut — and its free demo version — will be arriving on Nintendo Switch in the very near future — on March 4, 2021; priced at €19.99. Those who would like to get a physical edition of said production — which will include the game card and an exclusive sticker — should be prepared to pay just a little bit more, €29.99. Featuring a photo mode and gyro controls, even those who have had a chance to play Sea of Solitude may want to keep an eye on the all-new Director’s Cut.

Sea of Solitude: The Director’s Cut obviously isn't the only major project Geppert and her team are currently developing, as Jo-Mei Games has been working hard on a brand-new video game for at least one year now.

Be sure to take a closer look at the action-packed trailer for Sea of Solitude: The Director’s Cut down below:

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