CRASH: Autodrive is a murder mystery visual novel heading to Switch

Crash: Autodrive

CRASH: Autodrive has been revealed for Switch. The game, a murder mystery visual novel, is set to release on the eShop on August 31. As a short and sweet story (three or four hours, according to the developer) in a sci-fi environment, CRASH: Autodrive looks like an excellent way to spend a rainy afternoon – provided its plot is up to snuff. Check out the trailer below to see how the game looks in action, and read on for a little more description of the game.

CRASH: Autodrive is a narrative adventure set in the near future where nobody drives and self-driving Autocabs rule the city streets. It’s just a normal day when four strangers get into an Autocab, but they are quickly thrust into danger when the car impossibly hits a cyclist. When they exit the car, they discover they all know the victim and they all have a motive for murder! Even the car’s artificial intelligence!
You play as Emily, a young woman from a small town trying to make it in the big city. You will get to know your fellow passengers, and the car’s A.I. as you investigate clues, solve puzzles, and use the clues you find to contradict lies, explore new conversations, and piece together the mystery of who killed Thomas Sinclair!

Are you interested in picking up CRASH: Autodrive? What do you think of the game’s story backdrop and trailer? Sound off with your thoughts in the comments.


Nick Pearson
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