And it’s heading to Switch next year.
World’s End Club, the brand-new collective effort from Zero Escape developer Kotaro Uchikoshi and Danganronpa’s Kazutaka Kodaka (who work as circumstance author and innovative director on the task respectively), introduces tomorrow, fourth September, on Apple Arcade.
World’s End Club (previously Death March Club) is established by Too Kyo Games and charts the experiences of twelve “oddball” children, all from the very same school class, as they end up being involved in a hazardous video game leading them on a 1,200km journey throughout Japan.
Things at first get odd when the group is associated with a roadway mishap throughout a school journey, and the kids wake to discover themselves in a long-abandoned theme park underneath the sea. Here, a mystical clown orders them to take part in a “fate video game” and a defend their lives.
In useful terms, World’s End Club mixes 2D side-scrolling puzzle-action with narrative-driven experience, and publisher Izanagi Games states gamers can modify the course of occasions based upon the choices they make throughout the branching story.
“Will they have the ability to make it through and make it out of this odd location?,” teases the main blurb, “The kids are all lost and puzzled however then, amazing powers start to awaken within them. While at the very same time ‘irregular occasions’ are happening all over the Earth.”
There’s a taste of the taking place action in World’s End Club’s trailer above – which mean a rather darker experience than its breezy art design may recommend – and those adequately fascinated can play it tomorrow via Apple Arcade. A Switch variation is anticipated to show up in spring 2021.