First-person photography game Umurangi Generation coming to Switch, DLC coming soon

Become a courier for the Tauranga Express.

Umurangi Generation

First-person photography game Umurangi Generation, which first launched for PC via Steam on May 19, is coming to Switch, publisher Playism and Origame Digital announced. Downloadable content is also coming soon.

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

What is Umurangi Generation?

Umurangi Generation is a first-person photography game in the shitty future. Set in Tauranga Aotearoa off the back of an impending crisis you are a courier for the Tauranga Express. Throughout the game you will unlock a variety of lenses and equipment.

  • Unique and Expressive Grading System – Each photo you take is judged on its color, content and composition. Taking a photo will net you a cash score which will go towards your final payout. Complete Photo Bounties any way you like. Once you’ve completed these bounties deliver the parcel to finish the level.
  • Exploration Bonuses on Each Level – New equipment for your camera is unlocked by finding film canisters, recreating postcards, fulfilling timed deliveries, and finding a way to fit all of your friends in one photo.

Full Creative Control

Edit your photos and develop your unique color grade. The tools in the game are flexible enough that you can touch up your photos to look better than when you took them. If you are an experienced photographer you’ll fit right in. If this is your first time, you’ll be on your journey in no time.

  • What the hell is an “Umurangi”? – Umurangi is the Te Reo word for Red Sky.

Watch the downloadable content announcement trailer below.

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