World Neverland: Daily Life in the Elnea Kingdom for Nintendo Switch official website opened, first screenshots

Switch version launches spring 2018 in Japan.

World Neverland: Daily Life in the Elnea Kingdom for Nintendo Switch

Althi has launched the official website for its newly announced World Neverland: Daily Life in the Elnea Kingdom for Nintendo Switch.

World Neverland is simulation game that allows the player to enjoy a free lifestyle in a sandbox kingdom. The smartphone version is entering its third year of availability, and as of November 2017 has been downloaded over one million times and has a user rating of 4.3 out of 5. The Switch version will ditch the smartphone version’s vertical format for a horizontal interface and will not require an Internet connection to play after the initial download. That being said, data from the smartphone version will not be usable in the Switch version.

World Neverland: Daily Life in the Elnea Kingdom for Nintendo Switch will launch in Japan in spring 2018. The smartphone version is free to download, but the price for the Switch version is “not yet fixed.” While a western release was not announced, the official website has a currently-disabled “English (US)” language option, suggesting an English release is planned.

View the first screenshots of the Switch version at the gallery.

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