Silent World, the Korean horror game published by CFK, has been announced for Nintendo Switch. The western release will include a multitude of different language options, including English, Japanese, simplified Chinese, and Korean. It’s available for pre-order starting on March 12 and will release on March 19.

Silent World is a horror adventure game featuring dark mood and thrilling escape. The lone survivor must pull through in the world ruined by nuclear war.

The nuclear war turned the world into a pandemonium full of hostile mutants. The player leads the lone survivor through the darkness, using limited commands such as walking and hiding. Help the survivor escape from danger.

Anyone and everyone can enjoy the stages filled with dark and bleak background, frightening music and various puzzles. The only hope is a match—use its light to make your way in the endless blackness.”

Silent World adds yet another obscure, smaller title to the Switch library, which is one of the highlights of the system. We here at VGCultureHQ have already pointed out the high-quality indie games on the system, and Silent Worlds fits nicely into that category. March 19 can’t come soon enough and the game is sure not to disappoint, even among the Switch’s superior library of titles.

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