Don't touch that dial
Following an early leak from the Taiwanese Ratings Board, publisher Team17 has now confirmed that Killer Frequency is arriving on the Switch today. The game is priced at $25 and takes up 2.2 GB of space.
Killer Frequency is a first-person horror adventure that puts you in the shoes of Forrest Nash, a late-night radio host whose callers are being stalked by a mysterious killer. Solve puzzles, save lives and run the switchboards, all while listening to a jukebox of retro ‘80s tunes!
It’s a late night at KFAM radio station in Gallows Creek, mid-west USA. You can feel something’s in the air. You’ve just started your shift and someone calls in with a horrifying discovery. The next turn of events will be life-changing…
Become a radio DJ in this 80s slasher shredded adventure that’s certainly not child’s play. As summer turns to fall and the countdown to Halloween continues, will this be a silent night, deadly night? Or will the airwaves scream?
Use branching dialogues to interact with a variety of eccentric small-town personalities including potential victims and suspects. Explore your surroundings, gather clues, make decisions, solve satisfying riddles, and help each of your callers to survive the night.
Enjoy a fully voiced cast of characters, while tuning into a bevy of 1980s music, from classic rock inspired tracks to righteous synthwave tunes.
Explore an authentically detailed radio station and interact with dozens of physics-based objects straight from a bygone era, including a working cassette and record player.