Infliction: Extended Cut

Psychological horror game, Infliction: Extended Cut, is out on July 2, 2020 for the Nintendo Switch. Developer Caustic Reality shows just how scary an abandoned suburban home can really be.

The game is based off of the original Steam release but does come with some new features. These features include alternate endings plus a New Game+ mode. You will have to look for clues in an effort to unravel a mystery. All the while you have to dodge sinister spirits, navigate hidden passages, and combat the supernatural using light sources to temporarily stun your pursuers.

Infliction: Extended Cut will go for $19.99 (USD) and is currently available for pre-purchase through the Nintendo eShop. The game is also available for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.


Enter an interactive nightmare as a tormented father determined to piece together the mystery behind the tragedy that befell his young family. Investigate their haunted home while avoiding the evil spirits who have taken up residence within its walls.

Dive into an immersive horror experience blending supernatural dread with contemporary anxieties. Infliction’s terrifying story is grounded in relatable fears that strike close to home. Experience a haunting narrative while navigating dynamic environments and surviving blood-curdling events that will leave even seasoned horror veterans with lingering uneasiness.

“Infliction began as a way to express my fears and anxieties,” said Clinton McCleary, founder of Caustic Reality and mission designer at Blowfish Studios. “I’m ecstatic horror fans can play Infliction at home or on the go when we summon the Nintendo Switch version on July 2.”