Nagisa art from Clannad

Nagisa art from Clannad

Sekai Project sent out an email to backers of its Clannad translation Kickstarter campaign with an exciting announcement: their English translation of Clannad will be released on Steam on November 23, 2015. The official announcement, including the Steam store page for the visual novel, can be found below.

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Sekai Project Reveals Steam Release Date for CLANNAD


We at Sekai Project are thrilled to announce that we have an official date set for the Steam release of VisualArt’s highly-regarded romantic visual novel, CLANNAD. Mark your calendars because CLANNAD will be released on Steam for Windows-based PCs Monday, November 23 at 12PM PST.

In a little over 10 months since the successful completion of the CLANNAD Kickstarter campaign that saw 5,819 backers pledging $541,161, we are now less than 2 weeks away from the highly-anticipated release of one of the world’s most well-known visual novels.

Clannad Steam cover

CLANNAD follows the story of Hikarizaka Private High School student Tomoya Okazaki, an emotionally-distant delinquent student. After losing his mother in an accident and subsequently falling victim to an abusive, alcoholic father, Okazaki meets strange young girl, Nagisa Furukawa, who is repeating the year due to a severe illness. Furukawa enlists Okazaki to help revive their school’s drama club. With nothing much else going on in his life, Okazaki agrees to help, making friends with many of the school’s other students along the way, and learning about all of the different problems and challenges that they face…

Watch the translated intro video for CLANNAD at

Visit the CLANNAD Steam store page and add the game to your Steam Wishlist:

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