Read Only Memories: NEURODIVER Launching May 16

The team at Midboss, together with Chorus Worldwide, announced that their story-rich adventure Read Only Memories: NEURODIVER will launch May 16.

According to the development team in a recent Steam news post:

“That’s right, you saw it here first (maybe)! Join ES88 as she hunts down the elusive psychic entity, Golden Butterfly, on May 16th! We’ve had many release windows in the past, all of which we’ll admit were pretty ambitious, but this is it! We can’t miss it! It’s set in stone! That stone is really, really difficult to chip in another date! We’ve tried!”


Learn more with the trailer below:

Neurodiver Release Date Announce!

New to this title? Read Only Memories: NEURODIVER has players taking on the role of a young psychic agent as they track down a psychic entity known as the Golden Butterfly. A bioengineered psychic creature known as the Neurodiver can help you in this point-and-click adventure, letting players collect clues and piece together distorted memory fragments.

Read Only Memories: NEURODIVER will come out for the PlayStation 5, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam. In the case of the latter, a demo can be downloaded from its official Steam page.

Note that pre-orders for physical Standard and Collector’s Editions, tees, and 2064 reprints are also now available via the official Serenity Forge website.

Source: YouTube, Steam

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