Survival horror Syndrome got the release date for Nintendo Switch

RedDeer.games announces the release date of Syndrome - a survival horror game taking place on an abandoned spaceship. The game will appear on the Nintendo Switch console on March 11th.

NEW Syndrome trailer is available on YouTube: https://youtu.be/fCQfvZ10wiQ


Survival horror Syndrome got the release date for Nintendo Switch


SOMETHING IS WATCHING YOU
Something from the deepest of space has targeted the spaceship you wake up on. The crew of the spacecraft was attacked and systematically captured. The station seems to be abandoned and you are alone.


DO EVERYTHING TO SURVIVE
Primordial evil lurks in the shadows and will not swell until one of the crew is alive. The enemy has an advantage in numbers and strength, there is little ammunition on the ship ... Be a shadow they will not notice.


DON’T TRUST ANYTHING AND DEFINITELY NOT YOURSELF
Stay sane and don't let the panic that comes to the fore in your mind overwhelm you. Survive, discover what attacked your spaceship, and reveal the secrets behind the disappearance of your crew.


KEY FEATURES:
• THE SHADOW IS YOUR ALLY - Be careful! Your ammunition is limited, use it wisely. Better stay out of the way and hide from the eyes of your enemies.

• THEY ARE PREDATORS - Be silent and invisible. The enemies are waiting for your every mistake.

• DARKLY AND DEADLY DANGEROUS - The heavy atmosphere of the dark, rundown corridors of the space station. Explore the maze and find the exit from it. And discover the mystery behind a seemingly simple but tragically ended mission.

• A MENTAL TEST OF SURVIVAL - Your senses will start to confuse you, do not trust everything you hear and see. Your mind will become one of your weaknesses.

For more information on Syndrome, please visit the official RedDeer.games
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