Tokyo Xanadu eX+ PS4 Version’s Western Release Announced for the Fall; PS Vita Releasing Next Summer [UPDATED]

Tokyo Xanadu eX+ for PS4 version is coming west, alongside the already announced PS Vita version.

on January 17, 2017 1:28 PM

Last year, Aksys Games announced the localization of Tokyo Xanadu for PS Vita and PC, and at the time they took a “wait and see” approach to the PS4 version, titled in Japan Tokyo Xanadu eX+.

Today we get an update, and it’s good news. The game will also come for PS4, and the newly announced release window is the upcoming Fall for North America and Winter for Europe. Incidentally, the PS4 version will also retain its original Tokyo Xanadu eX+ title.

The PS Vita version, on the other hand, will come this Summer for both North America and Europe.

We’ll also get some rather spiffy limited editions for PS4 and PS Vita, including the following:

PS4:

  • Tokyo Xanadu EX+ Physical Copy (PS4)
  • 9″ Deluxe White Shroud Statue
  • Blade Card Game Deck
  • 60 page Art Book
  • CD Soundtrack
  • Collector’s Box

PS Vita:

  • Tokyo Xanadu Physical Copy (Vita)
  • 5″ Deluxe Morimaru Plush
  • Blade Card Game Deck
  • 60 page Art Book
  • CD Soundtrack
  • Collector’s Box

At the moment, no further detail was provided about the PC version of the game, but we’ll keep you updated if anything happens on that front.

Aksys just posted on Twitter, announcing that Steam will get the eX+ version. Pre-orders should be available shortly.

In the meanwhile, you can see mock-ups of both limited editions below.

 /  Executive News Editor
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