Klabater has today announced that Apocalipsis: Harry at the End of the World is set to launch on Nintendo Switch just two days from now on 10th January.

The game is described as "an adventure game where medieval art comes alive to tell a timeless story of love, loss and sacrifice", and sees you play as the titular Harry as he ventures out into a strange, unwelcoming, and haunted land to find his lost love. On his journey, he'll meet fantastical creatures, straight from the visions of 15th and 16th-century artists such as Hans Holbein and Albrecht Dürer; the trailer above sets the tone nicely.

Switch players will benefit from the inclusion of the previously released DLC, 'One Night in the Woods' as standard. Check out the feature list and screenshots below for more info:

- Witness medieval art coming alive in a video game
- Meet creatures straight from the 15th century codices
- Hear Nergal’s dark voice telling you the story of Harry
- Experience a journey through the end times and see one of the available endings
- Visit over two dozen unique hand-drawn locations with puzzles to be solved and hidden meanings to be discovered
- Shake your spirit with the foreboding soundtrack inspired by the esthetic of Danse Macabre with an additional music from Behemoth hidden in the game

As noted above, the game launches on Switch this Thursday on 10th January.

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