RPG Trilogy ‘LiEat’ Coming to Switch Later This Month With Five New Illustrations

RPG Trilogy ‘LiEat’ Coming to Switch Later This Month With Five New Illustrations

Playism announced they will publish the Miwashiba-developed RPG LiEat on Nintendo Switch on May 27, 2021.

Initially released on PC in 2016, LiEat on Switch will feature all three chapters of the RPG. Further, this version will feature five new illustrations from the developer. The game will have players battle and expose “lies” they’ll cross throughout the adventure. If won, the main character, Efina, will proceed to eat the lies.

Here’s an outline of each chapter:

LiEat -The Lie-Eating Dragon & the Vermilion Vampire-

  • Chapter 1 introduces Efina and her caretaker -the multinominal Leo- as they happen upon a small town with a big secret. As Efina starts to perceive and understand the world around her in a new and different light, the pair finds that the legends of beings which haunt the night are more than just tales told to frighten the children at night…

LiEatⅡ -The Lie-Eating Dragon & the Azure Dreameater-

  • Chapter 2 finds Efina and Hal (formerly Leo) investigating rumors of something magical and possibly dangerous inside a resort casino. Posing as a newly-assigned guard, Hal arranges room and board for himself and Efina – However, they quickly come to the jarring realization that a roof over one’s head and a bed to sleep in do not make a safe haven.

LiEatⅢ -The Lie-Eating Dragon & the Gold Thief-

  • The final chapter brings Efina and the newly rechristened Sid (Leo/Hal) to a lavish mansion to foil the plans of a master thief. However, in the wake of the great robbery, Sid discovers that the heist itself was only the tip of the iceberg, and Elfina watches as his past – As well as his lies- finally catch up to them both.

We’ll be sure to keep you updated on the Switch release of LiEat.

You can watch the trailer below:

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