PR:CyberRebeat -The Fifth Domain of Warfare- Launches On August 24 For PC

Thursday, August 23rd, 2018

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CyberRebeat -The Fifth Domain of Warfare-

Sekai Project and E.N.Nach are proud to bring you CyberRebeat -The Fifth Domain of Warfare, a visual novel that features hackers and cyberwarfare featuring a color cast of characters. This game, the first from scenario writer, Earu, won several awards including:

Niconico Indies Game Fest 5 “Windows Forest Award”
Niconico Indies Game Fest 5 Novelsphere “Award of Excellence”
Doujin Game of the Year 2014 “Burning Excitement” Category

CyberRebeat -The Fifth Domain of Warfare puts in the shoes of Hiro, a part-time worker who lives out of a net cafe. Seemingly trudging by through life without purpose, among his many part-time jobs is the work he does for a small publishing company where he writes articles about the legendary hacker, “Warlock”, who caused worldwide chaos and financial damage before disappearing without a trace. Hiro’s lackadaisical life suddenly changes when his childhood friend and fellow hacker, Misa, tells him that an accidental fire at that publishing company was no mere accident.

Soon it becomes clear that there is a grand plot at hand and soon it seems even the legendary hacker, “Warlock” is making their move in what will soon become full blown cyber warfare. The game arrives on Steam on August 24 of this year.

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