Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise will restore the Twin Peaks surrealness when it releases for the Nintendo Switch on July 10. The new video clip game works as both a prequel and also a follow-up, happening in contemporary Boston and even in 2005 in Le Carré, a village in New Orleans.
Nintendo tweeted the release day on Tuesday, together with a short trailer for the video game. While the video does not show much of the game, it wants to have an evident influence from the HBO program, True Detective.
Agent Francis York Morgan returns! Track down a vicious serial killer and explore the fictional town of Le Carré in the surreal #DeadlyPremonition2: A Blessing in Disguise, directed by @Swery65.
The mystery begins 7/10, only on #NintendoSwitch!https://t.co/3t4xng4SXp pic.twitter.com/jIjh0FDlir
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) April 28, 2020
Developed by Hidetaka “Swery” Suehiro, the initial Deadly Premonition didn’t win over movie critics when it came out in 2010. It did, nonetheless, programmer a cult fanbase who fell in love with the eccentric characters as well as secret stories even though the gameplay was a bit does not have.