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Arc System Works previously announced plans to bring World End Syndrome west. It turns out that the company will only be handling things in North America, as PQube will be publishing in Europe.

We also have confirmation that the visual novel will be sold physically in PAL regions, which doesn’t appear to be the case stateside. Thankfully, importing is always an option.

World End Syndrome will launch later this year in North America and Europe.

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Two new demos recently were added to the Switch eShop. Japan has access to one for World End Syndrome, while another for Octahedron: Transfixed Edition is now available in the west. Check out some footage of both below.

This past weekend, Arc System Works confirmed that World End Syndrome will be heading west. We have an update about how the game will be distributed overseas.

World End Syndrome is confirmed to be digital-only in North America and Europe. This isn’t the case in Japan where a physical version is confirmed.

World End Syndrome is coming west, Arc System Works has announced. A release is planned for Spring 2019.

World End Syndrome has been available in Japan since the end of August. The mystery adventure game was made in collaboration with Toybox.

Here’s a Japanese trailer for the title:

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Arc System Works published an overview trailer for their adventure game World End Syndrome, which will launch on Nintendo Switch in Japan on August 30:

ToyBox’ adventure game World End Syndrome got its (hopefully final) release date today. It was originally supposed to launch in April before being delayed to “Summer”. Now, publisher Arc System Works announced that the game will launch in Japan on August 30. A Western localization has so far not yet been announced.

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Visual novel World End Syndrome was originally supposed to launch on April 26 in Japan. However, Arc System Works has announced today that the game has been delayed to “Summer 2018” in order to improve its quality.

Currently, World End Syndrome has only been announced for Japan. We will keep you updated should a localization be announced, or if we hear about a more concrete release date for Japan.

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Arc System Works has released the opening movie of World’s End Syndrome for Switch, which will be released in Japan on April 26th. Give it a watch:

World End Syndrome will launch in Japan on April 26, according to the latest issue of Famitsu. Arc System Works will be publishing the title for 6,264 yen.

World End Syndrome has been described as a love adventure game. At the start, the protagonist moves to the sea town Mihate-chou following an unexpected turn of events.

Yuuki Katou, the main visual designer for the BlazBlue series, is in charge character design. Tomio Kanazawa, who has much experience with adventure games, is leading the way on the game’s scenario.

Here’s one of the recent trailers:

Arc System Works and Toybox Games sent out a news blast for World End Syndrome. We have information about the story, exploration system, and characters. Additionally, new screenshots and a teaser have been published. Find the full roundup below, courtesy of Gematsu.