PC, Switch

Anuman Interactive and Microïds declared today that they’d be releasing their mystery adventure game Syberia 2 on Nintendo Switch tomorrow, November 30. To celebrate its release, a trailer for the game has been released, showcasing cinematic cutscenes and gameplay in handheld mode.

The release of Syberia 2 on Nintendo Switch comes just over a month after the very first game in the series came to the stage. Syberia 3, which launched on PC, PS4, and Xbox One back in April, is also supposed to come to the Switch, though no release date was revealed as of yet. These vents have likely been discharged to fill up the time before Syberia 3’s release about the console/handheld hybridvehicle, while also introduces a completely different group of players into the series.

As with most Switch games, Syberia 2 is also playable in handheld mode and can be experienced with many different different controllers on the computer system. This interface of this game has been designed with the help of both Koalabs Studio, also will launch both physically and digitally in Europe; unfortunately, North America will get the digital version.

For those of you who don’t understand, Syberia 2 first published on PC, Xbox, and PS2 back in 2004. It follows the story of Kate Walker, who’s on a trip with an automaton called Oscar to find a world that’s supposedly home to the last mammoths of Siberia and her friend Hans Voralberg. Since its release, Syberia 2 has attained  cult game standing and made its approach to iOS, Android, PS3, and Xbox 360.

You can check out some screenshots of this game and also the launch preview below. Syberia 2 is presently available on PC, PS2, PS3, Xbox, Xbox 360, iOS, and Android, and will be accessible on the Nintendo Switch on November 30.

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