Radiation City, a successor to last year's Radiation Island, is headed to Nintendo Switch next week. It'll be available directly from the Switch eShop from 13th June.

In the game, players must scavenge and fight their way through the nuclear fallout of the Chernobyl power plant, with events being based on the 1986 Chernobyl disaster. You'll be exploring historic landmarks like Hotel Polissya, the cultural centre, Cinema Prometheus, and more in the city of Pripyat, all to gather essential resources to survive against harsh elements and save a loved one.

Here are some of the game's features:

Revamped Visuals Experience updated graphics and visuals, including lighting, shading, and building interiors.

New Combat Systems — Evade or slay hungry predators and subhuman creatures with updated physics-based combat.

Bigger Stakes — Switch players will experience a hardened world with bigger consequences, including checkpoint restarts instead of instant respawns.

We weren't overly impressed with Radiation Island when it came to Switch last year, so we're hopeful that these upgrades will make a significant difference.

Do you think this one has potential? Did you play the original last year? Let us know in the comments below.