Before We Leave Launches On Nintendo Switch

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The sci-fi city builder Before We Leave has been released on the Nintendo Switch and it comes with 20% off for the first two weeks on the Nintendo eShop.

This Isn’t Bladerunner

Set across six unique biomes, Before We Leave sees players nurture groups of ‘Peeps’ – newly emerging survivors from global disaster. As they strive to realise their aspirations to rebuild a thriving civilisation.

Along the way, they’ll chart new lands and research ancient technologies to build a prosperous future for all of Peep-dom. Denizens of the burgeoning civilization should also be mindful of their impact on the environment and their Peeps’ well-being while keeping an eye out for passing Space Whales, who can make short work of their planets.

Some of the key features that Before We Leave are

  • Expand the Horizons: From a lowly settlement to a sprawling civilisation of Peeps, players will need to traverse mountains, forests, oceans, and the depths of space to explore, build, and thrive.
  • Tremendous TechAs players progress, they can research technology to better their civilisation, including sailing, industry, trade, and more.
  • Keep the Peeps Happy: Running a settlement is no small feat; players will need to keep track of their Peeps’ happiness alongside food, resources and pollution levels
  • A Whole New World: With six unique biomes filled with resources and mysterious relics, players must utilise the land and plan their settlements accordingly
  • Award-winning Soundtrack: Benedict Nichols (Omno, The Falconeer) and James Dean of Ākau Audio compose a soundscape fit for any benevolent leader, winning ‘The Composed Segment’ Pav award for excellence in audio

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