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Jo-Mei Games

System: Switch
Release date: March 4, 2021
Developer: Jo-Mei
Publisher: Quantic Dream


After making only the faintest of splashes in its initial release on other consoles in 2019, the emotional indie game Sea of Solitude has returned on Switch. However, bearing the familiar “Director’s Cut” subtitle that can be found on so many other Switch ports, this re-release promises to add new features like rewritten scenes, additional voice acting, and refined mechanics to the base game. Whether this will be your first time setting sail or you’ve already voyaged with the game, the question remains: does Sea of Solitude’s Director’s Cut make waves in its Switch debut, or is it best left stranded at sea?

Quantic Dream and Jo-Mei have readied a launch trailer for Sea of Solitude: The Director’s Cut. Get a look at the new video below.

Quantic Dream and Jo-Mei have shared new details on Sea of Solitude: The Director’s Cut.

First up, a physical version has been announced for Europe. Copies will include the game on a cartridge as well as a special sticker. Unfortunately, the North American announcement indicates that it will be digital-only in the states.

One thing that will be happening in both territories is a demo. Players will be able to try out Sea of Solitude: The Director’s Cut at launch on March 4, 2021.

Source: Quantic Dream PR

Quantic Dream and Jo-Mei Games are bringing Sea of Solitude to Switch, the two companies announced today. A release is planned for March 4, 2021.

Rather than a simple port, the team has reworked the game. There will be a new script, new voices, new Photo Mode, and gyroscopic support.

Here’s an overview of Sea of Solitude, along with a trailer: