Steins;Gate Elite is Coming in Early 2019

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Steins;Gate Elite


Steins;Gate Elite is on its way, with its arrival set for early 2019 on three different platforms. The title from Spike Chunsoft has its sights set on Steam, PlayStation 4, and the Nintendo Switch. Bonus content is coming for all platforms, and will be available with both physical and digital copies of Steins;Gate Elite. Here’s the Steins;Gate opening movie:


For the Steam and PlayStation 4 versions, there will be Steins;Gate: Linear Bounded Phenogram, a collection of 10 additional stories by renowned writers. One of these authors is Kotaro Uchikoshi, the scenario writer for the Zero Escape series. Here are a couple of screenshots:


For the Nintendo Switch version, there will be 8-Bit Adv Steins;Gate, which is a special 8-bit graphics and chiptune version of the game developed by series creator Chiyomaru Shikura. Here are some screenshots of it:


Steins;Gate was born in 2009, created by 5pb. and Nitroplus. The interactive, award-winning science-fiction visual novel series has since spawned a manga, drama CDs, a movie, a live action stage play, and an anime, including Steins;Gate 0.

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