The Switch party game “Monster Hide and Seek” will be ported to the computer platform, and will provide a free trial on Steam in May | T Kebang

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Konami has announced that the popular action party game OBAKEIDORO! on the Nintendo Switch will be ported to the Steam PC platform under the new name BAIL OR JAIL, and the game will be fully available on Steam in 2022, before that Players will be able to play for free on May 12.

Developed by FREE STYLE Inc. and Konami Digital Entertainment, BAIL OR JAIL features asymmetrical multiplayer fun in which four players are divided into two teams – humans and monsters. Based on the popular children’s game “Cops and Robbers”, the goal of the human team is to avoid being captured by the monster within three minutes, and if all three are captured within the time limit, the monster wins.

BAIL OR JAIL features spooky maps with interesting hiding spots, cute human characters, and hilarious monsters with different skills to keep the game entertaining from match to match. Players can build new strategies with each match and enjoy a range of match settings. With simple controls and fun characters, BAIL OR JAIL is suitable for players of all ages. Anyone can jump right into this bizarre world.

“BAIL OR JAIL” will provide players with five different game modes, three online modes include quick match, friend match, join friends; two offline modes include single player and local multiplayer.

In addition to the new game, the PC version of BAIL OR JAIL will support 1080p resolution and high frame rates up to 144 FPS for a smoother gaming experience. Additionally, players can connect to Discord and send invitations directly to friends through the game. In the future, BAIL OR JAIL also plans to introduce new maps, event modes and characters.

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BAIL OR JAIL will be available globally in 12 languages, including English, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese and Russian.

The Switch party game

In the demo version of “BAIL OR JAIL” before the official launch, players can only play four-player battles in quick match mode, and use one map and limited characters.

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