Corpse Party: Blood Drive Coming to Switch and PC on October 10th
XSEED released two new trailers showing off the updated 3D graphics of Corpse Party: Blood Drive for its Switch and PC ports.
Corpse Party: Blood Drive received two new trailers showcasing both the Nintendo Switch and PC (Humble Store, Steam, and GOG) remade ports of the title. Blood Drive is the fourth and final installment in the Corpse Party franchise and will be coming to both platforms on October 10th:
The title’s synopsis:
The disturbing events that the survivors of Kisaragi Academy’s class 2-9 encountered are theirs alone to mourn after the memories and records of those lost in the halls of Heavenly Host have been wiped from the face of the earth. Only the power rested within the pages of the Book of Shadows could reverse this miserable fate, however Ayumi Shinozaki’s misguided attempts to employ its power claimed yet another victim, and the book was forever lost in the chaos. Obsessed with figuring out a way to bring her friends back, Ayumi returns to Heavenly Host after a tip that leads her to believe the Book of Shadows still resides within. In one last attempt to redeem her past mistakes, will Ayumi be successful in her desperate mission of redemption?
XSEED previously announced that they would be bringing four Corpse Party games to PC in the west: Corpse Party: Book of Shadows, Corpse Party: Blood Drive, Corpse Party: Sweet Sachiko’s Hysteric Birthday Bash and Corpse Party 2: Dead Patient. The Switch version, however, is a pleasant surprise to the reveal. Blood Drive was also released for iOS and Android in 2017.
You can also read our review of the original game that released on PC, and later the Nintendo 3DS, which gave our editor some sleepless nights.