Steins;Gate Elite Gets Teaser Site Before Tokyo Game Show

Friday, September 8th, 2017

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Steins;Gate Elite

 

Steins;Gate Elite is preparing for the Tokyo Gameshow by launching a new teaser site. The visual novel’s planned launch window in Japan (of Spring 2018) was announced only just recently. The visual novel will be coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. You may recall that back in May, 5pb. revealed that Steins;Gate Elite is a “majorly updated” version of the original Steins;Gate visual novel. This was announced at their Chiyomaru Studio Live 2017: Genesis event.

This majorly updated version of the original visual novel is also adding new elements into the mix.

Steins;Gate Elite

 

The 2017 Tokyo Game Show will be happening from September 21 through September 24th. Those attending the Tokyo Game Show 2017 will be able to try out the new “majorly updated” visual novel for about 7 minutes. For their efforts, they’ll get a 56mm Lab Men Tin Badge in return.

In the meantime, you can check out the new Steins;Gate Elite teaser site here. The teaser site contains a link to the Tokyo Game Show 2017 website, as well as links to the developer’s website and the original Steins;Gate website. It also has social media icons if you wish to share the teaser site on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Line.

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