The Sinking City Is Coming To Switch – Here’s The First Official Gameplay Trailer

During Nintendo’s E3 Direct, developer Frogwares revealed that their Lovecraft-inspired adventure – The Sinking City – was coming to the Nintendo Switch. Our own Dr. Bob put up a little preview of it earlier this year which you can find right here.

For those not in the know, The Sinking City is a third-person horror adventure game, is set in a fictional 1920’s version of Massachusetts in the town of Oakmont. The game follows Charles W. Reed, a local private investigator, as he unwittingly delves deeper and deeper into the haunting truth about the town’s increasing disappearances. Here’s a look at the new Nintendo Switch gameplay right from Frogwares.

As you all may know, your boy Papa Dom is not exactly the biggest fan of horror games. I jump a mile at my own shadow, and I’ve been known to cower in the corner of my bedroom if it’s too windy outside. That being said, as our resident Nintendo guy, I cannot wait to give The Sinking City a spin. The game looks gorgeous, and I look forward to scaring myself shitless in Oakmont once the port is released.

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Papa Dom

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Dom Mahoney is Wicked Good Gaming's resident graphic designer, degenerate journalist, and co-host/super producer of Not Another Gaming Podcast. When not talking about games on the internet, you can find him yelling about New England sports, exploring breweries, and perfecting his chicken wing recipes.

Papa Dom

Dom Mahoney is Wicked Good Gaming's resident graphic designer, degenerate journalist, and co-host/super producer of Not Another Gaming Podcast. When not talking about games on the internet, you can find him yelling about New England sports, exploring breweries, and perfecting his chicken wing recipes.

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