First released back in August 2016, this game comes from Blue Isle Studios, the team resonsible for Slender: The Arrival, a first-person horror experience that came to the ol' Wii U. However, Valley takes a step back from horror into a more fantastical world where you have the power to manipulate nature and perform some impressive acrobatics with the help of your L.E.A.F. suit (that's 'Leap Effortlessly through Air Functionality', folks).

Developed in Unity, the trailer shows graceful movement through lush environments that makes the game look like a cross between Firewatch and Mirror's Edge, with some fantasy elements thrown in for good measure.

Here are some more details from the blurb:

Power of Movement: Move faster and jump higher – make your way through the world of Valley using the incredible speed and agility of the L.E.A.F. suit.
Manipulate Life and Death: The L.E.A.F. suit grants its pilots the phenomenal power to both give and take life from any living thing.
Survival is Key: The more you die in the game, the more the valley will die around you.
Enhance Your Player: Upgrade your suit with new abilities and strengths.
Explore: The world of Valley is filled with forests, wildlife, ancient ruins, charming creatures, dangerous enemies and other mysteries.

There's plenty of praise for the original game in that trailer, too - it got a fairly warm critical reception and we're keen to see how the Switch version differs from the original release.

We won't have long to wait to find out - the game launches on Switch on 7th March for $19.99, the same price you'll find it on Steam at the moment.

Eager to investigate this more in March? Did you play Valley on other consoles? Let us know how you found it.