Inmost previously crept into an Indie Highlights presentation for Switch and is already available via Apple Arcade, but now we know that the game is nearly here for other platforms. In an Inmost publisher update from Chucklefish, it was announced the game was “content complete” for Switch and PC, and will be available later this summer.

Thanks to the continued work of Hidden Layer Games, the two-person team behind the game, additional content will be available when these versions release. These include:

  • New locations and puzzles which help to bring out the story
  • New NPCs with additional dialogue, quests and story
  • New and improved enemies
  • New intro sequence and in-game cutscenes
  • New music tracks and sound effects
  • New visual and sound weather effects depending on the state of the world
  • 100+ new lines of dialogue
  • Improved design of existing locations
  • Optimized in-game physics and improved overall performance
  • Improved localization
  • Additional animation effects for the knight’s attacks
  • Improved gamepad support, especially in UI navigation. Added in-game hints for gamepad buttons
  • Improved touch control scheme for Apple Arcade
  • Fixed general small bugs and issues

That, and the indispensable ability to pet a cat:
 

 
These additions will find their way to the Apple Arcade version as well, but if you’ve been waiting for Inmost to shamble onto Switch or PC keep an eye out for more news. Per the update, an exact release date can’t be given due to “super exciting secrets” but with summer nearly on its last full month it shouldn’t be much longer.
 

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Written by Ricky Berg

When he isn’t writing for Nintendo Wire, Ricky’s anticipating the next Kirby, Fire Emblem, or if the stars ever align, Mother 3 to be released. Till then he’ll have the warm comfort of Super Smash Bros. to keep him going.

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