Hotel Sowls for Switch launches July 30

Explore Hotel Sowls to find out who stole the precious stone.

Hotel Sowls

The Switch version of Hotel Sowls will launch via the Nintendo eShop on July 30 for 880 yen, the game’s Japanese listing confirms. It will support English, Japanese, and Korean subtitle options.

Hotel Sowls first launched for PC via Steam in December 2019.

Here is an overview of the game, via publisher CFK:

About

Hotel Sowls is a very unique game, creating a strange and surreal world with its dreamlike 2D graphics and music.

As a pharmacologist, the player explores Hotel Sowls in order to find out who stole the precious stone. You managed to get hold of a precious stone found in Sowls. Tired from a long trip, you decide to take a rest at Hotel Sowls. But next morning, you discover that your stone has been stolen. Therefore begins your journey to find the thief.

Players will encounter NPCs and places to solve the riddle, players must gather information from them. The actions players take during the investigation will decide the fate of the pharmacologist.

Key Features

  • A big hit Steam game is coming to Switch.
  • A mystery adventure game with unique 2D graphics.
  • Dive into the strange tale of Hotel Sowls.

Watch a new trailer below.

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