Catherine: Full Body’s Western Release Announced; Platforms and Launch Date Unknown

Catherine: Full Body is coming to North America and Europe, but Atlus USA isn't yet ready to share when, or on which platforms.

on December 22, 2017 9:42 AM

Following the reveal of Catherine: Full Body by Atlus’ new team Studio Zero, the Atlus USA reached out with a press release announcing that the game is coming west. More precisely, we’ll get it both in North America and Europe.

The announcement mentions that release date and pricing will be announced at a later date, and even the platforms are marked at “TBD”

Below you can read an official description provided by the publisher:

Is it a nightmare or a dream come true? A new test of Vincent Brooks’ morality is about to take the stage.

ATLUS today announced that Catherine: Full Body will be coming to the West. This new twist on the original Catherine, a mature romantic action-adventure puzzle game from the makers of the Persona series, will include a new love interest, “Rin,” with distinct storyline elements for the character, and additional puzzle content. Vincent’s love life has never been so complicated and dramatic!

Vincent’s apartment hasn’t seen the last of the sensual people in his life. With new storyline elements for both Catherine and Katherine, players will have ample opportunity for new experiences in Catherine: Full Body.

At the moment, the game is in development at Katsura Hashino’s Studio Zero for PS4 and PS Vita, and it remains to be seen whether both platforms will make the jump to the west or not, and if more will be added. The Japanese release window is Winter 2018.

If you want to see more, you can check out the first trailer, a live drawing of the heroines by Shigenori Soejima, and quite a few screenshots published on Famitsu.

 /  Executive News Editor
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