DARQ: Complete Edition is heading to Switch & Next-Gen

Feardemic and Unfold Games have confirmed that their surrealist puzzle game, DARQ, is in the works for three new platforms. Now known as DARQ: Complete Edition, it will become available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series S|X later this very month.

Fall into the DARQ as Lloyd, a boy who finds himself trapped in a lucid nightmare. Unable to wake up, Lloyd has to face his fears and explore the darkest corners of his subconscious in order to escape to the waking world. As Lloyd, you’ll survive the nightmare through stealth, physics-defying exploration, and find objects to solve puzzles and discover the way free.

DARQ: Complete Edition will hit Switch on March 18th, and will then make its creepy way to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series on the 25th. When it does it will include the following upgrades:

Both PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X editions will be playable in cinematic mode at 4K resolution at 30 FPS, or in performance mode at 1800p resolution at 60 FPS. Additionally, the PlayStation 5 version will take advantage of DualSense haptics.

Those who already own the game on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will be able to upgrade for free, so there’s no need to worry about having to double dip. Otherwise, it will cost you $19.99.