Fault: Milestone One for Switch launches October 3

Featuring brand new music and artwork.

Fault: Milestone One

The Switch version of Fault: Milestone One will launch via the Nintendo eShop on October 3, publisher Sekai Games and developer Alice in Dissonance announced.

PlayStation 4 and PS Vita versions are due out this fall. Although that release window was announced when the Switch version was initially planned for release this summer.

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

Who were the attackers and what was their goal?

Where did Selphine and Ritona end up?

Will the two make it home safely?

And more importantly, what has happened to their homeland?

Follow Selphine, the bubbly, happy-go-lucky Princess and her sharp-witted but slightly misanthropic Royal Guardian Ritona, on their journey of a lifetime back to their homeland of Rughzenhaide.

The long-awaited console version of the Fault series comes to Switch this summer! Featuring brand new music and artwork, this version of fault is the most beautiful and crisp adventure yet, and is sure to be one of the best visual novels available on consoles so far.

Watch a new trailer below.

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