The long-awaited Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise will arrive as a Nintendo Switch exclusive on 10th July.
Today brings a release date trailer which seems to show off the game’s Bond-inspired credits and a catchy opening theme. It’s as bizarre as you’d hope for and expect.
Deadly Premonition 2 arrives 10 years after the cult classic Deadly Premonition first launched on Xbox 360, and sparked a loyal fan following among those enamoured by its oddness. (You can get up to speed with it on Switch now, too.)
This sequel sees the return of FBI agent York as he works through a new murder case with links to the original game. Oh, and you can indulge in mini-games like bowling and skateboarding.
Here’s the new trailer: