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2064: Read Only Memories Integral Is Out On Nintendo Switch Today

2064: Read Only Memories Integral Is Out On Nintendo Switch Today

MidBoss’ cyberpunk narrative adventure game 2064: Read Only Memories Integral is finally out on Nintendo Switch today for USD20.64.

The Switch version includes all the update and optimizations across other platforms, as well as a new Switch exclusive side story.

Check out the launch trailer below.

2064: Read Only Memories INTEGRAL, the cyberpunk narrative adventure from MidBoss with more than 200,000 copies sold across PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, is now solving mysteries on Nintendo Switch.
2064: Read Only Memories INTEGRAL brings together all the updates and optimizations across other platforms in the most complete version yet, and available exclusively for the Nintendo Switch. Alongside all the previously released content added to other versions since launch such as fully voiced characters and additional narratives to explore, INTEGRAL also includes the fully remastered “PUNKS” storyline as well as new jukebox and gallery modes featuring previously unreleased art and music.
Join Turing, the world’s first fully sapient AI, and explore a world of intrigue filled with point and click puzzle solving and snappy branching conversations as you search for your kidnapped friend.
2064 is brought to life via vibrant pixel art and catchy electronic beats. The colorful city of Neo-San Francisco in which it takes place is filled with robot companions, genetic modifications and hover cars as well as a diverse cast of characters who inhabit the futuristic metropolis.
Each character’s story delves deeper into the social issues present in this cyberpunk future, many of which resemble those found in our own world, as they explore themes such as what it means to be human.
“We are passionate about diversity at MidBoss and part of our reason for bringing 2064: Read Only Memories to Nintendo Switch is to share that passion with as many people as possible” said Cade Peterson, interim CEO, MidBoss. “It’s also allowed us to draw together all the awesome bits we’ve added to 2064 over the years into what we fondly call the ultimate version.”