The 2020 Japanese indie horror game GOHOME will appear on the Nintendo Switch on July 15, 2021. Currently, Regista has only announced a Japanese digital version. The game does not require a firm understanding of Japanese to play, as text is minimal. It will cost 1990 JPY (around $17.99) but will be on sale until August 3 for 1790 JPY ($16.20). [Thanks, Game Watch!]
You can watch the trailer for the Nintendo Switch port of GOHOME here.
GOHOME is a game set in a 2000s-era, Japanese suburb. The player takes control of seven-year-old Mozaiko Suzuki as she tries to make her way home. However, strange spirits and monsters attack her on her journey. Mozaiko needs to take advantage of various manholes that serve as warp points to journey around the map. The Nintendo Switch version of GOHOME will also include collaboration content from Shadow Corridor. Regista is also the publisher that ported Shadow Corridor to the Nintendo Switch.
When GOHOME first released in 2020, several horror game YouTubers uploaded videos of their playthroughs. For example, Natsuki Hanae, who voices Tanjiro in Demon Slayer, has several videos of his GOHOME adventure on his channel. The creator of the game, ItimatuSuzuka/SZK, is also a VTuber who is producing a new horror game titled YASO.
GOHOME is readily available on Windows PC through Steam. It will appear on the Nintendo Switch on July 15, 2021.