Today’s issue of Weekly Famitsu revealed a new game published by Arc System Works and developed by Yasuhiro Wada’s Toybox Games. The title is World End Syndrome, and it’s a visual novel for PS4, PS Vita and Nintendo Switch.
The game’s main protagonist appears to be a normal high school student, but he bears a small dark side in his heart. Due to a certain incident, he moves to a seaside town, to a villa owned by his uncle. In this town, he will go to high school, have fun with his friends, live unforgettable summer experiences, but depending on his actions, his world will change dramatically.
We also meet two heroines, Maimi Kusunose, which is the hero’s cousin, cheerful, bright and your usual anime busybody, and Miu Amana, who is your usual quiet and mysterious anime loner. Both girls start living under the same roof as the hero. As you can probably notice from the pictures, there’s some inevitable fanservice as well, and the art is quite lovely.
You can check out all the screenshots below, keeping in mind that they’re from magazine scans, so the quality is not perfect.
The game is already 80% complete, and will release in Japan in 2018.