One-Way Ticket out on Switch next week
Posted on September 11, 2019 by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop
Publisher Zodiac Interactive and developer Light & Digital Technology will be bringing One-Way Ticket to Switch next week, according to a Japanese eShop listing. The visual novel, which is loosely based on actual events tied to the Chinese fishing boat Lurongyu 2682, was previously planned for June, but now has a final release date of September 19.
Here’s an overview of One-Way Ticket, along with a trailer:
One-Way Ticket is a text AVG game based on a true-story. On an ocean fishing vessel, when unsocialized human beings tore off their masks, this narrow and isolated space fall into a violence and brutal abyss. With hundreds of CGs and scenes, this real and relentless ocean trip is perfectly revealed.
One-Way Ticket is a visual novel loosely based around actual events. A group of men and women, isolated at sea on a long-distance fishing vessel, suddenly find their very humanity at stake as crew members begin turning up dead.
Featuring hundreds of detailed scenes and scenarios, the relentless ocean voyage is vividly brought to life. From Japan to the Solomon Islands, this promising South Pacific fishing journey may only require a one-way ticket!
One-Way Ticket is expected to launch worldwide on September 19 via the eShop. It will support English, Japanese, and Chinese language options.
Source: Switch eShop