Back at PAX AUS 2019, we got to go hands on with Elden: Path of the Forgotten. We unfortunately ran out of time to talk to the solo developer Dylan J. Walker, but we’ve been keeping a close eye on the game since October last year. And this morning, it was announced that Elden: Path of the Forgotten will be coming to Nintendo Switch on July 9th.
Here’s the rundown:
Australian solo developer Dylan J. Walker (Onerat Games) and the Taiwan-based publisher Another Indie today announced that the anticipated Eldritch action title Elden: Path of the Forgotten will be coming to Nintendo Switch [Pre-orders will go live on Nintendo eShop by June 11th in Europe and Asia and June 18th for the US at 10% discount], Utomik, and Steam on July 9th (Xbox and PS4 versions to follow). Elden: Path of the Forgotten is a deeply personal journey through the psyche of the developer. Laced with metaphor, intrigue, and horror, while letting the players discover a narrative by themselves, Elden: Path of the Forgotten is somber, beautiful, and intriguing.
- Explore an indescribable disturbing world containing an assortment of challenges, and narrative layers.
- Master Elden’s fighting range of weapons in epic battles against abominations both that bend the minds of men.
- Harness unearthly powers with a wide variety of unique weapons and dreadful spells.
- Corrupt your sanity with a gorgeous haunting, minimalistic soundtrack.
Source: SinglePlayer PR