Corporate espionage game The Low Road to release on Switch later this month
After its initial PC release last year, The Low Road is headed to the Nintendo Switch later this month. Expect a slew of improvements to the game as well.
The Low Road is driving over to Switch, and you’ll be able to play it on the go as soon as August 23rd. The game will feature support for both the Pro Controller and the Joy-Cons. Other enhancements for the Switch release include background saving and reworked voice acting. When the game is released, you can buy it from Nintendo’s eShop over here.
Here’s a Switch trailer for the game:
And here’s what the 1970s corporate espionage adventure is all about:
Set in the world of the 1970s automobile industry, The Low Road is a point-and-click graphic adventure game which follows a team of corporate spies dedicated to the protection (and appropriation) of game-changing industry secrets. Sporting a unique visual style inspired by gouache paintings and a pulsating rock and roll score, “The Low Road” will captivate players through intricate puzzles, branching moral dilemmas, and a quirky cast of memorable characters.
1976. Noomi Kovacs—an overeager graduate of the LeCarre Institute for Exceptional Spies (L.I.E.S)—has just landed her first job at Penderbrook Motors’ Division of Outside Intelligence. Confined to an office and underestimated by her gruff supervisor—a disgraced former government agent named Turn—Noomi will have to exploit her colleagues and surroundings to help further her dream of becoming a globetrotting secret agent. Once in the field, Noomi and Turn begin to realize that their company’s dogged pursuit of their rivals extend to something far more sinister than “healthy competition” and the two will be forced to reconsider the paths they’ve chosen. Lying, blackmail, and emotional manipulation will become Noomi and Turn’s greatest assets as they make their way through…The Low Road.
The game was developed by XGen Studios, which is based in Edmonton, Canada. The development of the game received support from the Canada Media Fund. It originally released on July 26th 2017, and has Mostly Positive reviews on Steam.