For real this time
After multiple delays, publisher Chorus Worldwide and developer LCB Game Studio are bringing Bahnsen Knights, the third visual novel in a series inspired by mid-20th century pulp fiction and ‘80s home computer graphics, to the Switch today.
This second release date delay comes after the unexpected passing of artist Fernando “Fer” Martínez Ruppel’s sister, Mariana. Fer pays tribute to her in a Steam post today. Bahnsen Knights is dedicated to her memory.
As the two-man team picks back up work in an attempt to return to a sense of normalcy, they are putting the finishing touches on the third title in this trilogy of tales inspired by 1950s pulp fiction and 80s home computer graphics.
Explore a corrupt county laden with life-threatening tornadoes and a dark, twisted cult convinced the devil’s sending these massive storms to rip through lives and landscapes. Gain the trust of the locals as Boulder, an undercover detective investigating the disappearance of his past partner and old friend, Cupra. Steer the narrative in multiple directions by making heavy, life-altering decisions.
Follow cult leader Toni, former car salesman and head of the Bahnsen Knights, into dangerous territory: the worldviews of dark, deranged men. Navigate around a deadly fleet of 1983 Ford Sierras, investigate local watering holes like Danny’s Bar, and discover what exactly these “route exorcisms’’ are that everyone keeps talking about. Play minigames like solitaire and find out why the cult has Lou Hill, the paranormal investigator also in Mothmen 1966 and Varney Lake, in the trunk of one of their cars.