The Letter Heads to Switch and Xbox Later this Month

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The Letter Screen

The horror visual novel The Letter will be launching on December 15. This will be for Switch and Xbox consoles while it will release for PlayStation early next year. You can take a look at the game’s press release below.

The Letter: A Horror Visual Novel will arrive on consoles for the first time next week, available digitally for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S on Wednesday, December 15th. PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 versions are still in development to be released in Q1 2022. Physical editions for Nintendo Switch are currently available to pre-order from retail partner Playasia, expected to ship in early 2022.

The Letter: A Horror Visual Novel will be published on all consoles worldwide by Eastasiasoft Limited. Digital pricing is set at $19.99/€19.99, plus a 20% launch discount will be available for a limited time following release.

About The Letter: A Horror Visual Novel

When seven people fall prey to a vicious curse, they discover that the true threat rests not within the shadows, but within their own hearts and minds. The Letter: A Horror Visual Novel is an interactive horror-themed drama inspired by classic Asian horror films. Told through an immersive branching narrative, the game casts players in the ever-shifting roles of seven characters as they find themselves entangled in a mystery that’s plagued Ermengarde Mansion for centuries.

The choices you make will shape and drive the story forward. Will you mend a relationship on the verge of collapse, or will you let it fall apart? Will you risk saving someone despite the consequences you could face or leave them to meet a gruesome end? Beyond the horror themes of The Letter: A Horror Visual Novel, there is heavy emphasis on character development and interaction. The fate of each of these individuals is in your hands.

SOURCE: Press Release

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