European pre-orders available now.

PID Publishing and developer Accidental Queens have announced that their audio-based, narrative-driven mystery game Alt-Frequencies will be released on Nintendo Switch.

The game tasks players with the investigation of the so-called “time loop scandal”. Gameplay revolves around various radio stations that reset every three minutes.

By examining the lives of characters including radio hosts, conspiracy theorists, politicians, train station managers, and underground activists, players – with their ability to rewind time – must disseminate what they are able to learn in order to affect what happens in the next time loop and ultimately uncover the secrets behind a more encompassing conspiracy.

The game’s voice cast comprises over 20 performers that include Jasika Nicole (Fringe, The Good Doctor, and Alice Isn’t Dead) and Mike Rugnetta (Reasonably Sound, Fun City, and Crash Course).

Accidental Queens has designed the game to be accessible for players who are blind and visually impaired.

Alt-Frequencies will be released on 10th December for Nintendo Switch with pre-orders available now in Europe and on 6th December for North America. The game is already available for Linux, macOS, Windows, Android, and iOS.

Alongside the Nintendo Switch release will be the Accidental Queens Collection which contains Alt-Frequencies and the French studio’s previous two titles in A Normal Lost Phone and its sequel Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story. Pre-orders for this bundle are available now in Europe and on 6th December in North America.