Akiiba’s Trip: Undead & undressed will receive Director’s Cut on PS4, Switch, PC

Acquire announced on Monday that he will release Akiiba’s Trip 2 Director’s Cut (Akiiba’s Trip: undead & undressed Director’s Cut), a updated version of AkiBy Sequel Trip 2 on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC.The game will debut on April 20, 2023 in Japan.The company broadcast the trailer of the announcement:

Players who have the original version of the PlayStation 4 or PC game will be able to update their game with a paid DLC.The new version will contain all DLC previously released.Versions on PS4 and Switch will appear on the occasion of the 10th anniversary and will include an artbook, guide and discs with a soundtrack.

The game will contain new content, including the new Kati route with the character Kati Raikkonen and the “real” ending.

Acquire released the original Akiba’s Trip game on PlayStation Portable in 2011, and the updated version of Akiiba’s Trip Plus on PSP in 2012.Acquire released the Sequel of the Akiiba’s Trip 2 game on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita in 2013 XSEED Games released Akiiba’s Trip 2 in North America as Akiba’s Trip: Undead and undressed on PS3 and PS Vita, and later on PS4 and PC.Nis America has released a game in Europe.

Akiiba’s Trip games take place in the reproduction of the Tokyo district of Akihabara, where the player must fight vampires, picking up his clothes and exposing them to sunlight.

The successor to Akiba’s Beat is the first game of RPG of this series, which was delivered to Japan on PS4 in December 2016, and on PS Vita in March 2017 after delays.XSEED Games released a game in North America in May 2017, and PQube released a game in Europe in the same month.

Akiba travel festa!The game for a browser and Android system for PCs started in November 2016.

A series of games inspired Akiiba’s Trip: The Animation in January 2017. Crunchyroll broadcast a series with English inscriptions when it is broadcast and Funiation broadcasts Dub.

Source: Akiba’s Trip: Undead & undressed Director’s Cut

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