Back in April 2021, a World’s End Club demo for the Switch version was announced. But details about when and where it could appear weren’t confirmed. Now, it’s available on the eShop in all regions.
NIS America also explained what people can expect from the World’s End Club Switch demo. This is actually a cut from the full game. People get to go through the first chapter. Once they’re done, the save filed they made can then carry over to the full game. All progress will remain. There will also be an unspecified bonus if you do carry over a save file.
There’s a new trailer to go over what to expect from both the full game and demo. It sets up the premise where a group of kids’ have an hour to complete missions or tasks. If one person doesn’t, everyone loses. But there are saboteurs, resulting in a game that has a 999 or Danganronpa feel to it.
This came after the possibility of a delay. World’s End Club creator mentioned the worldwide demo debut would happen on May 6, 2021 back on May 5, 2021. However, there was also a brief warning that it might have taken a bit longer for it to appear.
World’s End Club will release on May 28, 2021 on Nintendo Switch. The first part is immediately available on iOS via Apple Arcade.