Conway: Disappearance At Dahlia View Is An 'Observational Thriller' Out In November 1

Conway: Disappearance At Dahlia View Is An ‘Observational Thriller’ Out In November

Nintendo
Spread the love
  • 1
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
Conway: Disappearance At Dahlia View Is An 'Observational Thriller' Out In November 2

We’re certainly fans of the enduring popularity of crime-solving mysteries that are at the core of numerous games, especially when we can figure out ‘whodunnit’ in the comfort of a cozy chair with Switch in hand. Conway: Disappearance at Dahlia View looks set to offer plenty of that intrigue, with confirmation that it arrives on Switch – along with pretty much every console and PC – on 2nd November.

You can get a feel for it in the newly-released trailer above, with a setting of 1950s England (London, probably) sure to allow for some very stylised storytelling.

From the creators of Ether One and The Occupation, Conway: Disappearance at Dahlia View is a gripping observational thriller set in 1950s England. When 8-year-old Charlotte May is reported missing from Dahlia View, retired detective Robert Conway searches for the truth behind her disappearance, observing his neighbours from his apartment window and questioning their behaviour. As suspicions escalate, Conway launches his own investigation into Charlotte May’s disappearance, following leads, uncovering new evidence and piecing the case together on an unpredictable path to the truth.

It could be one to watch ahead of its release – let us know if you’re intrigued by Conway: Disappearance at Dahlia View.