X.D. Network released a new trailer for the Freebird Games-developed adventure RPG To The Moon, coming to Nintendo Switch on January 16.
The trailer shows fans the updated version of the game created using the Unity Engine. The Switch version of the game includes redrawn graphics, with a focus on retaining the game’s retro charm.
The game is a story-driven adventure that dives into the idea of death and memories where a dying man named Johnny Wyles wishes to go to the moon. Players will explore Johnny’s memories and learn more about him and his life. New characters will be introduced who will reemerge at different points in his life as characters learn why he longs for the moon.
Gameplay features a non-combat narrative with a mix of adventure and RPG mechanics. The game also features music by Laura Shigihara and Kan R. Gao.
Originally released in on PC in 2011, To the Moon was developed using RPG Maker XP. This version of the game has been remade in Unity by developer X.D. Network using the original blueprint of the game. This will also be the first time that players can experience the game on consoles.
You can watch the new trailer and check out some screenshots below: