The original point-and-click adventure Syberia from creator Benoit Sokal will be re-releasing for Nintendo Switch, announces Microïds.
This is great timing too as the sequel Syberia 2 has a loose Q4 2017 window for Switch as well, with Syberia 3 coming to Switch in Q1 2018 after having released for PC, Mac, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in April this year.
The original Syberia launched for PC back in 2002 before coming to PlayStation 2 and Xbox in 2003.
"Kate Walker, a young New York lawyer, is dispatched to deal with the sale of a former automaton factory hidden in the French Alps. She never thought that this task, as simple as it seemed, would change her life forever. She quickly embarked on a journey into the confines of Eastern Europe, accompanied by a very peculiar automaton named Oscar. Together they discover incredible places, filled with colorful characters, before meeting Hans Voralberg: the genius inventor, following the trails of the last mammoths found on the mythical island of Syberia, which also happens to be the last piece of the puzzle to conclude the sale and the mission of Kate."
Syberia releases on Switch October 20th, 2017 via Nintendo eShop.