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Don’t Knock Twice

Don’t Knock Twice has received a much-needed update. In both North America and Europe, the first patch is live.

Today’s update makes technical improvements across the board. Wales Interactive has addressed the frame rate, easier interaction with objects, bigger read-me texts, minor change to control scheme to avoid dropping items, and minor collision/bug fixes. New languages have also been added, and visual enhancements have been implemented.

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Wales Interactive will be looking its first-person horror game Don’t Knock Twice with an upcoming patch. The company outlined what’s in store for the imminent patch today.

Wales Interactive is promising “major framerate improvements, easier interaction with objects, bigger read-me texts, minor change to control scheme to avoid dropping items, new languages added, visual enhancements and minor collision/bug fixes.” The update has already been submitted, and once approved, should be live in about a week.

Here’s the full update from Wales Interactive:

Gameplay footage is in for first-person horror game Don’t Knock Twice. The game will be released on the Switch tomorrow, October 17. Check out the video below:

Earlier this week, Nintendo’s website listed Don’t Knock Twice for Switch. Wales Interactive sent out an official announcement today, confirming an October 17 launch. The game will launch digitally on the eShop at 00:00am (local) for $12.49 / £9.99 / €12.49.

Don’t Knock Twice is just the start of Wales Interactive’s Switch support. The company is planning “several more” titles for Switch in 2018.

We’ve included more information about Don’t Knock Twice below, along with a trailer.

The first-person horror game Don’t Knock Twice is coming to Switch, a listing on Nintendo’s website reveals. Assuming the included release date is accurate, it’s planned for October 17.

Nintendo’s website offers the following overview: