First-person adventure game Estranged: The Departure coming to Switch in Q4 2020, Xbox One later

First launched for PC in May.

Estranged: The Departure

Developer Alan Edwardes will release first-person adventure game Estranged: The Departure for Switch in Q4 2020, followed by Xbox One at a later date, he announced.

Estranged: The Departure first launched for PC via Steam on May 22 under the title Estranged: Act II. The title was changed on September 13 to better indicate that it is a self-contaiend story that can be enjoyed completely independently of the 2014-released Estranged: Act I.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:


Estranged: The Departure follows the story of a fisherman, stranded on a mysterious island during a violent storm.

Experience what the island has in store as you uncover the secretive Arque Corporation, burrowing ever deeper into their dangerous and haphazard operations.

Key Features

  • Experience the unique first person adventure.
  • Immerse yourself in the rich narrative and unique characters.
  • Interact with items, computers and audio logs for environmental storytelling.
  • Protect yourself with guns and melee weapons, with familiar shooter combat.

Watch a new trailer below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

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