Nosferatu Lilinor Going to be Download Only for Nintendo Switch

Coming to a new platform.
Coming to a new platform. neon

Nosferatu Lilinor announced its download availability on the Nintendo Switch beginning December 24. The game best describes itself as dreadfully difficult but somehow nostalgic. The Switch version is going to have some improvements, along with extra features, compared to the one released on Steam.

So, what’s the story all about? It appears that habitation has been ravaged by vampire hunters. The story focuses on a vampire girl Lilinor who, along with her follower Zasha, is searching for a new castle. They have finally managed to find one that’s located deep in the forest. The problem is that the castle is already inhabited by demons. To make the castle her own, she must defeat the demons.

For the gameplay itself, it’s a retro-style and stage-by-stage action puzzle game. To reach her goal, Lilinor needs to solve difficult puzzles with good timing and excellent route planning. Death is common but not to worry since she's immortal, she’s always reborn.

For the Switch version, players can expect to see these new features:

  • The game now has a “Very Easy” mode.
    • This is a good option for those who want to practice.
  • ​More cute and unique skins.
  • Mid-stage alternative routes have been added.
    • This should allow for more choices when it comes to progression.
  • ​Graphics have been updated.
  • World Map has been added.
  • Zasha, the servant wolf, is going to be available to play in 2P mode to provide assistance to Lilinor.

Pre-order of the game is now accepted with the game priced at $17.40. Pre-orders end December 23. Besides English, the game also supports these languages:

  • Chinese
    • Simplified Chinese
    • Traditional Chinese
  • Japanese
  • Korean
  • Spanish
  • German
  • French

While the Switch version is yet to be released this week, the Steam version of Nosferatu Lilinor was launched back in November 2019. So far, the reviews on Steam have been positive. Players admit that the game has brought with it that nostalgic factor, particularly with its platformer format. They also cited the difficulty of the puzzles.

Excited about this one?

Join the Discussion
Top Stories