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Capcom’s Apple Arcade Deep-Sea Exploration Game Shinsekai: Into the Depths Now Available for Switch

Capcom’s deep-sea explorer Shinsekai: Into the Depths launched for Apple Arcade last September. It is now available for the Nintendo Switch eShop.

Check out the brand new launch trailer from the Nintendo Direct Mini this morning:

In Shinsekai: Into the Depths gamers should survive the treacherous depths of the deep sea as humanity’s lone survivor. It options action-based exploration that requires managing sources and navigating via hostile environments. This means managing oxygen reserves, sustaining your swimsuit’s strain resistance, and extra. While it seems like loads of work, the sport provides distinctive visible and audio experiences that make it definitely worth the effort. However, with the setting being deep underwater, you may anticipate to see all types of various lifeforms, together with loads of harmful creatures.

The sport additionally incorporates a time assault mode referred to as “Another Dive” as a brand new gameplay possibility. This includes going via mazes as rapidly as attainable to tackle new monsters. There’s additionally a hardcore mode that gives an additional problem. Another new characteristic is the Jukebox Mode that enables gamers to customise the audio with filters and varied choices to offer the background music a little bit of a remix.

Shinsekai: Into the Depths is now obtainable for the Nintendo Switch via eShop for $19.99.

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