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Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition

The point-and-click adventure game Blade Runner is making a comeback on Switch with an Enhanced Edition, and Nightdive Studios just issued a new trailer showing how the cinematics have been updated. View it below.

Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition was last said to be on track for a 2020 launch.

Nightdive Studios announced this week that it’s bringing back the 1997 point-and-click adventure game. Later this year, it’ll be returning on Switch.

Collectors can now rest easy knowing that a physical version is in the pipeline. Limited Run Games confirmed that it has picked up the game for distribution, though no further details have been shared at the moment.


The 1997 point-and-click adventure title Blade Runner is making a comeback on Switch. Nightdive Studios and Alcon Entertainment are restoring the game for release on modern platforms, including Switch.

Known as Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition, it’ll feature a “polished and premium restoration” made with Nightdive’s KEX game engine. Fans can look forward to updated character models, animations, and cutscenes There will be other additions as well such as widescreen resolution support.