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Take On An Isometric Survival Adventure When Distrust Crash-Lands On Switch

Heading to Nintendo Switch next month is Distrust, an isometric survival adventure which looks set to bring a frosty chill to proceedings this summer.

The game follows a group of explorers stranded near an Arctic research station after their helicopter crashes; the team must escape the dangers of the long polar night and find their way to shelter. When they fall asleep, however, they attract a terrifying force that sucks the life out of their bodies, so things aren’t as easy as they might initially seem.

The game makes use of procedural generation, so you’ll never know what’s coming next as you explore, and is said to feature multiple endings for you to uncover. We’ve got a pretty lengthy feature list for you to check out below.

MYSTERIOUS ANOMALIES WAITING IN THE WINGS
They come out of nowhere and disappear instantly. They may be faster than light or may crawl slowly till they get near enough to strike. What are they? What do they want?

HE ENDLESS NIGHT AND EXTREME CLIMATE
Explore and research the abandoned station, gather and craft the tools and open the supply boxes so you don’t starve from hunger and cold.

PROCEDURAL GENERATION
No matter if you stick to a singleplayer or play with a friend in a co-op mode, a randomly generated base turns every new playthrough into a unique adventure.

15 SURVIVORS TO CHOOSE FROM
Every character has unique skills and abilities to fit any survival strategy of yours.

AN ABSORBING NARRATION WITH TONS OF PLOT TWISTS AND QUESTS TO COMPLETE
What is that force that inhabits the station? Is that an alien from the outer space or a mythical ancient creature from the from the depths of the centuries? Or is that a result of a failed scientific experiment? Survive to learn the answer!

ALTERED PERCEPTION OF REALITY
As the explorers try to sleep just enough to stay alive, they slowly go mad and eventually reach the point where they can no longer trust their senses and tell the difference between reality and a hallucination.

The game is set to launch on Switch on 16th July for $11.99.

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