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Remothered: Tormented Fathers

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A new update for Remothered: Tormented Fathers is now live on Switch. Version 1.1.0 has started distribution, which features improved graphics and more.

Here’s the full update notice:

SOEDESCO today confirmed the release date for Remothered: Tormented Fathers’ physical version. It’ll be out on store shelves starting October 31, according to the company.

SOEDESCO also shared a new interview with Chris Darril, game designer, director, and artist of the horror game, who discusses the story and reveals the inspiration behind the game. We’ve included it below.


Darril Arts and Stormind Games have shifted the release date of Remothered: Tormented Fathers. After it was originally lined up for July 26, the game will now release on August 30. The extra time “adds more time to polish and tune the final product to meet the developer’s award-winning pedigree.”

In a statement, Stormind Games noted that “they are committed to providing an immersive and gripping experience for the player. The extra time for the project will help us reach that goal. We want the Nintendo Switch version of Remothered: Tormented Fathers for North America, Europe, and Australia, to be a release that lives up to both the standards of our players and our studio.”

Source: Darril Arts PR

Darril Arts and Stormind Games have partnered up with SOEDESCO on a physical version of Remothered: Tormented Fathers. Today, it’s been confirmed that stores will begin carrying the game on October 31. A digital release is taking place this month.

Here’s an overview of Remothered: Tormented Fathers:

Remothered: Tormented Fathers is the pure and realistic survival horror videogame. The game lets players take on the role of Rosemary Reed, a fascinating 35-year-old woman who reaches Richard Felton’s house in order to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a girl called Celeste. As she gets closer to the truth, she finds herself fighting for her life. Face psychopaths and fanatics, and get tangled in a web of lies where murderers and obsessions come to life.


A few days ago, Remothered: Tormented Fathers was added to the Switch eShop in Japan. Darril Arts and Stormind Games have now announced that the western launch is set for July 26.

Here’s everything you need to know about Remothered: Tormented Fathers:

Remothered: Tormented Fathers was known to be coming to Switch at some point since last year. Interestingly, the game just received a stealth release on the Japanese eShop. The game can be purchased for 2,400 yen, and English is supported.

Here’s some additional information about the game and a trailer:

Stormind Games recently released the well-received survival horror game Remothered: Tormented Fathers on Steam. Japanese website Game Watch, having seen the title at GDC this week, now confirms that a Switch version is in development.

Remothered: Tormented Fathers has some impressive musical talent behind it, including composer Nobuko Toda, who contributed to Final Fantasy, Halo, and Metal Gear Solid. The game itself features a variety of elements such as stealth, action, strategic, hide ‘n run.

Here’s some additional information and a trailer:

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