2064: Read Only Memories INTEGRAL Now Brightening AU, NZ Nintendo Switch eShop

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2064: Read Only Memories INTEGRAL Now Brightening AU, NZ Nintendo Switch eShop

SAN FRANCISCO – 8 Feb. 2019 – 2064: Read Only Memories INTEGRAL, the cyberpunk narrative adventure from MidBoss with more than 200,000 copies sold across PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, tracks down the AU and NZ Nintendo Switch eShop today.

2064: Read Only Memories INTEGRAL brings together all content from across all platforms since the initial launch, in the most complete version yet, available exclusively for the Nintendo Switch. INTEGRAL includes the remastered “PUNKS” storyline as well as new jukebox and gallery modes featuring previously unreleased art and music.

Join Turing, the world’s first fully sapient AI, on a quest to find their missing creator in a not-too-distant cyberpunk future. Crack the case by navigating the streets of Neo-San Francisco, solving point-and-click puzzles and interacting with a diverse cast of colourful characters while exploring social issues, cyberpunk philosophy and what it means to be human.

“The future presented within 2064: Read Only Memories INTEGRAL is not so different from our own present. This is our pastel-colored exploration of what could be,” said Cade Peterson, interim CEO, MidBoss. “Bringing 2064 to Nintendo Switch provides the perfect chance to pull all the improvements to Read Only Memories together in one amazing edition.”

2064: Read Only Memories INTEGRAL is available now on the AU/NZ Nintendo Switch eShop for $26.25 AUD / $31.50 NZD and supports English with full audio and Japanese with a text-only localization. To learn more, visit the official website and follow it on Facebook and Twitter, or follow MidBoss on Twitter and Tumblr.

About Midboss

Based out of San Francisco (although not the Neo kind), Midboss aims to make the world better, safer and more inclusive for marginalized people, especially those across the gender and sexuality spectrum, by creating cool experiences through games and other forms of media which diversify representation, as well as becoming a platform for queer content around the world.

To learn more about Midboss visit the studio’s official website.

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