Passpartout 2: The Lost Artist is now accessible globally on the Switch
The Switch version of Passpartout 2: The Lost Artist is now accessible via Nintendo eShop globally for a launch discount of $19.99, following its October 19 release in Japan. On November 29, the price will increase to $24.99.
On April 4, Passpartout 2: The Lost Artist made its PC debut through Steam.
This is a synopsis of the game from Nintendo.com:
Embark on your struggling artist adventure. Draw and sell art to cheeky critics to reclaim your lost art career. Explore the endearing art-starved town of Phenix and show them you’re a true artist!
Help the Town With… Art!
Take your art on the go with your handy foldable easel. Explore the charming puppet town of Phenix, get to know its residents and what makes them tick. Help them out with commissions, like drawing a new ad for Steve’s restaurant! Or why not buy a studio so you can work from home, just like the good old days?
Earn Fancy Tools
Use your hard-earned cash to treat yourself in the art supplies store. Maybe one of the many new tools will tickle your fancy? The crayons they just got in stock look pretty sweet! Or perhaps that heart-shaped canvas? You as an artist need every edge you can get to stand out! The residents of Phenix may also carry cool items they could give you, if you help them out of course.
Become a True Artist
Revive your art career and take on the challenge of the Museum of the Masters in the art-starved town of Phenix! You are Passpartout, once a renowned artist whose glory was lost after a mysterious disappearance. But now, with your landlord putting you on the street, it’s time to pick up your brush and show the world your true talent.”
Explore and interact with the world by tapping on the screen.
Draw your own art with the touch screen or Switch pen, unlocking fancier tools along the way.
Sell your art on the street to local residents, or in your studio.
Take commissions from the townsfolk of Phenix!