Launch trailer teases all kinds of supernatural occurrences.
Toybox’s Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise is available for Nintendo Switch, courtesy of publisher Rising Star Games. Retailing for $49.99, it serves as the prequel and sequel to Hidetaka Suehiro’s cult classic. Check out the launch trailer below which features all manner of strange things happening.
The story follows two protagonist – FBI agent Aaliyah Davis and Agent Francis York Morgan, the former in the present-day and the latter in the past (before the first game’s events). While Davis is busy searching for clues related to the “red tree”, York is venturing through Le Carré in New Orleans. A series of unexplained murders has taken place and it’s up to him to find out why.
Both stories intertwine though how you’ll need to play it to find out how. In the meantime though, Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise has been criticized for its overall performance on Switch. Rising Star Games stated that improvements and patches are in the works though a timeline for the same has yet to be revealed.