Popular first-person adventure game, Firewatch, will be making its way over to the Nintendo Switch pretty soon.

Announced on developer Campo Santo‘s website, the title will hit the console sometime in the US Spring, so our Autumn. In other words, expect it anytime before June.

“This Spring, take your Nintendo Switch on an outdoor adventure and experience the gripping mystery beloved by gamers and critics alike,” the announcement reads.

Originally released in 2016, Firewatch has won a whole bunch of awards, including Best Indie Game at the 2016 Golden Joystick Awards, Polygon‘s Game of the Year for 2016, and best debut and narrative at the Game Developers Choice Awards 2017.

“The year is 1989 and you’ve just taken a job deep in the Wyoming wilderness,” the game’s synopsis reads.

“Alone for the summer with nothing to do but spot fires, your supervisor Delilah is always just a call away on your radio—and as you’re pulled out of the tower into the dense forest below, she’s your only contact with the world you’ve left behind.”

You can check out its trailer below.

In the meantime, you can grab Firewatch on PC, Xbox One, or PlayStation 4. It’s definitely a game that will work very well on the Switch, though.

Image: Campo Santo