Key’s classic visual Clannad was expected to release for Switch in Japan in Spring 2019 but it has been delayed by a bit to July 4, 2019 according to the game’s official website. However, it will now release in both physical and digital formats instead of eShop-only as previously planned.
The Nintendo Switch version of Clannad comes in full-HD resolution and 5.1 surround sound. The Japanese version of the game also has huge bonus for us fans in the West with English language support with subtitles. Playing the game in English also gives access to the the “Dangopedia” encyclopedia feature that acts as a handy reference tool with various terms and keywords to help understanding aspects of Japanese tradition and pop culture.
The game will also have different touchscreen options, including one way that allows the game to be played without Joy-Cons attached for a touchscreen-only control scheme.
Clannad releases for Nintendo Switch on July 4, 2019. It’ll go for 5,200 yen plus tax for the physical version and 4,600 yen for digital. The game is available on PlayStation 4 and PC.