Publisher PQube has revealed that it will be bringing the previously Japanese-exclusive Our World is Ended to Nintendo Switch in the west.

The game tells the story of Judgement 7, a young team of Tokyo-based game developers who make a shocking discovery; while testing their latest game engine using augmented reality headsets, part-time director Reiji catches a horrifying glimpse of a seemingly destroyed cityscape. The problem is that the team didn't program or animate this strange new city, so how did it get there?

Blending the worlds of sci-fi and visual novels, Our World is Ended brings the team's virtual landscapes, characters, and video game creatures into the real world. The game centres around its "loveable" cast of characters, the iconic Tokyo landmarks you'll be visiting as you play, and its attractive anime art style, with PQube promising "deep narrative and plentiful conversation options" that provide over 40 hours of gameplay.

The game is scheduled for release in 2019 - we'll make sure to keep an eye out for more information as we get closer to release.

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