Visual novel One Night Stand coming to PS4, Xbox One, and Switch this summer

Seek out clues to find out how you got into a stranger's bed.

One Night Stand

Visual novel One Night Stand, which first launched for PC in November 2016, is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch this summer, publisher Ratalaika Games and developer Kinmoku announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via Ratalaika Games:

About

After a night of fun, passion, and one too many drinks, you wake up the next morning to find a complete stranger lying naked beside you in bed. What do you do?

In One Night Stand, explore the unknown bedroom and seek out clues to identify who the stranger is and what happened to bring you both together.

You may resort to some unusual methods to find the answers you’re looking for, but take care not to prod and pry too much—a nosy guest quickly becomes an unwanted one!

Will you stay and explore your relationship with this stranger, or will you escape when the opportunity presents itself? With 12 unique endings to discover, can you keep up the act long enough to find out what really happened?

Key Features

  • Life-like rotoscope animations.
  • Hand-drawn artwork.
  • An interactive story where your choices matter.
  • 12 different endings that reveal new insights into what really happened.
  • Point-and-click investigations.
  • An original soundtrack.

Watch the console announcement trailer below.

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