PQube, Fumi and Room 6 are excited to announce that award winning narrative adventure, 7 Years From Now, will be launching on Steam and Nintendo Switch on 28th May!
- A mature, emotional and uniquely wrenching single player experience
- All DLC included, featuring epilogue, side story, glossary and Sound Mode
- Rated 4.9 / 5 on iOS, 4.6 / 5 on Google Play
- Winner of 5 awards including Vivo’s Best Indie Game, Huawei Most Exciting
- Downloaded over 6,000,000 times on mobile
- Launching on Steam & Nintendo Switch on 28th May, 2021
First launched in 2017 for mobile, the deceptively dark and wonderful ‘7 Years From Now‘ charmed audiences with its deeply engrossing story, minimalist voxel art style and ambient score soundtrack.
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Winner of 5 awards since its mobile launch in 2017, 7 Years From Now received international acclaim as it approached serious narrative themes from bullying, to mental health and domestic violence with immersive and masterful storytelling. Now optimised and adapted for PC and console, containing all content from the main story, to epilogue and more, 7 Years From Now will be coming to Nintendo Switch and Steam on 28th May, 2021.
Developed as a labour of love by Mafumi Yoshida, a one-man development team, 7 Years From Now is a uniquely emotive non-combat based narrative experience. Embark on a surreal journey retracing the steps of old memories lost 7 years prior. Take on the role of high school student Haruto Soraki as he returns to his hometown on a quest to recover his memory after being involved in an accident, which he knows nothing about.
In this wonderfully charming yet sinister slice of life adventure, reacquaint yourself with forgotten friends, discover hidden depths as you expose a horrifying conspiracy and learn the truth of your past once and for all.
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