Raw Fury and Out of the Blue released their first person adventure title Call of the Sea in December last year. Back then, it only launched as an Xbox console exclusive across both generations of the ecosystem, alongside a PC version, but the game’s been taking steps to let more players in. PS5 and PS4 versons were recently announced, and it seems the game might also be headed for the Switch.
As spotted by Gematsu on Twitter, Call of the Sea recently received an age rating in Taiwan. Though that’s obviously not an official confirmation, premature age ratings have often been precursors to announcements. Call of the Sea is a game that would be very well suited to the Switch, too, and not just because it’s an indie game, so an announcement wouldn’t surrprise us.
Right now, Call of the Sea is available on Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PC, and launches for PS5 and PS4 some time this month, with a specific date not yet confirmed. You can read our review of the game through here.
PS4 version of Godfall and Switch version of Call of the Sea have been rated in Taiwan. Both are unannounced.
— Gematsu (@gematsucom) May 6, 2021