Fictiorama Studios' Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today will soon be available for Switch. The game follows the story of Michael, a man who must decode the two events that brought the world to the edge of collapse. No release date has been specified.
Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today by Fictiorama Studios is on its way to Nintendo Switch. The game is getting ready for its launch on the Switch after being available on Steam, PlayStation 4, iOS and Android.
Dead Synchronicity tells the story of Michael, a man with no past who must recover his identity and decode the two events that brought the world to the edge of collapse. You know, the usual. The first event is what the kids these days call the "Great Wave", an inexplicable chain of natural disasters.
The second is a pandemic that has turned humans into "the Dissolved" infected beings with special cognitive powers whose sick bodies will eventually dissolve into blood. Yikes. If Michael doesn't hurry, he won’t be able to avoid the impending moment of "dead synchronicity" - a very scientific term for "when time itself starts to dissolve".
The game’s original soundtrack was composed and performed by an indie rock band, Kovalski whose sound is "intensely linked to Dead Synchronicity’s plot and art style" says the press release.
Main features include:
- 2D graphics that pay homage to German Expressionism.
- A bloodstained world filled with dread.
- Homage to ‘90s classic adventure games
- A world with old school "free-roaming" gameplay
- English and German voiceovers
"We want adventure fans to experience a terrifying future brought forth by a series of world-ending cataclysms in Dead Synchronicity," says Luis Oliván, producer and public relations manager at Fictiorama Studio. "They better be prepared for an intense, unnerving experience that explores primal fears, lawlessness, and the depths of human nature."
As one could expect with a game in which time itself threatens to dissolve, a release date has not been specified.