If Found… coming to Switch on October 22

A narrative-driven game about going home.

If Found...

If Found…, a narrative-driven game about going home, is coming to Switch on October 22 for $12.99, publisher Annapurna Interactive and developer Dreamfeel announced.

First launched for PC and Mac via Steam and iOS via the App Store on May 19, the Switch version will introduce “game-changing updates” including new artwork from illustrator Liadh Young, extended narrative sequences, and a bonus chapter with interactive epilogues.

Here is an overview of the game, via Annapurna Interactive:

If Found… for Switch will introduce game changing updates, including never before seen artwork from illustrator Liadh Young, extended narrative sequences, and a bonus chapter with interactive epilogues to discover the futures of every unique character.

Developed by Dublin-based studio Dreamfeel and published by Annapurna Interactive, If Found… is a powerful and introspective exploration of family, friendship, isolation and connection as players explore the story of Kasio, a young queer woman reliving her coming-of-age memories in 1990s Ireland.

If Found… for Switch will introduce enhanced controls and accessibility options, a touch screen option in handheld mode, never before seen artwork from illustrator Liadh Young, extended narrative sequences, and a bonus chapter with interactive epilogues to discover the futures of every character. Dreamfeel also worked in collaboration with Irish and Sierra Leonean musician Loah and composer 2 Mello to produce a new song for the game, “If Found (Return To),” with lyrics from If Found… director and co-writer Llaura McGee.

Watch the music video for “If Found (Return To)” below.

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