New Yandere Simulator Video Shows New Features and Crush Crush Costumes

Yandere SImulator got some new features in the latest build, and a new video shows what players can expect to find as they test it out.

on October 1, 2017 1:33 PM

Today Yanderedev, developer of Yandere Simulator, released a new video showing a few new features that have been implemented in a new build launched today (and available for download here).

We get to see the mysterious headmaster of the school, and some crossover costumes from Sad Panda Studios’ Crush Crush.

Perhaps even more interesting is cleaning time, reproducing something that happens every day in Japanese schools. Students on cleaning shift are asked to help keeping the school clean, and they will polish their classroom, windows, toilets, throw away the trash and more.

In Yandere Simulator we’ll be able to carry around cleaning equipment during that time without being suspicious. Of course, Yandere-chan will use that for much less innocent purposes than cleaning floors and washing toilets. To be more precise, carrying that kind of equipment outside of the designated cleaning time will be considered suspicious, since it never was in past builds.

The build also comes with a lot of bug fixes, so it should be a lot of murderous fun to play.

You can check out the video below, and if you want to see more, you can also watch another spiffy video from this morning.

Yandere Simulator is in development for PC, and it semi-recently got a  publishing deal with TinyBuild, that will help finishing the game.

 /  Executive News Editor
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