Akihito Tsukushi's long-running manga and anime series Made In Abyss is coming to the Nintendo Switch, it has been confirmed by Spike Chunsoft, Inc.
Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness will also launch on the PlayStation 4 and Steam, and has been confirmed for North American and European release. In Europe, Numskull Games will also be releasing a physical version.
Tsukushi's manga has been running since 2012 and follows the story of an orphaned girl called Riko who befriends an android called Reg. The pair enter the titular 'Abyss' in the hope of finding her mother Lyza. An anime series arrived in 2017, which was edited into a movie in 2019. Early last year, an all-new movie hit Japanese cinemas, and a new anime series is also planned.
Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness follows the premise of the anime and manga series, with the player entering the Abyss and reliving the story, which takes place many days after Riko and Reg have entered the Abyss. However, it will also include an original story supervised by Tsukushi himself. Event scenes will be fully voiced by members of the anime cast.
Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness arrives in 2022. You can view the trailer for the 2017 anime series below.