Izanagi Games announced that developer Too Kyo Games’ puzzle-action games World’s End Club will launch on Nintendo Switch on May 28, 2021.
Unlike the mobile release, this will be for the full game with the conclusion that fans have been waiting for. The game’s initial release on mobile was met with criticism as it wasn’t the full version of the game. Fans were asked to wait for the Switch release, and now that time has come to complete the story.
World’s End Club tells the story of the Go-Getters Club, which is made up of oddball kids from across Japan. Reycho and the members of the group are different from the other kids, and one day while on a school trip, their bust gets into an accident, and they wake up in a theme park under the sea. Suddenly, Reycho and the others are instructed to play a “Fate Game” where they must fight for their lives.
Currently, the game looks like a digital release only in the west, but we’ll be sure to keep you updated.
In case you missed it, check out our review of World’s End Club.
World’s End Club is available now on Apple Arcade in the west.
You can check out some new screenshots from the Switch version of the game below:
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