The World’s End Club Apple Arcade version isn’t entirely finished. Kotaro Uchikoshi, the game’s writer, took to Twitter to confirm that the mobile version isn’t complete. Rather, it is “about 10 hours” and ends on a cliffhanger, as the Nintendo Switch version offering the complete story.
Here’s Uchikoshi’s announcement. No need to worry about spoilers, as there are none present in his announcement.
Note: World’s End Club has a cliff-hanger end like Avengers Infinity War. (The complete version will be released on Switch.) But it contains enough volume and high entertainment as one game. Total play time is probably about 10 hours. (depends on the individual tho.)
— Kotaro Uchikoshi Eng (@Uchikoshi_Eng) September 4, 2020
In World’s End Club, formerly known as Death March Club, the 12 elementary school members of the Go-Getters Club find themselves trapped in an odd, underwater amusement park after a bus accident. They’re not alone either, as a strange figure appears and forces them to play the Fate Game. Each person has a bracelet, some sort of special ability, and a task to complete, and they might need others’ bracelets and help to get things done.
The World’s End Club Apple Arcade version is immediately available, and a one-month subscription to the service costs $4.99. The Nintendo Switch version will appear in Spring 2021.