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Route 59 has sent out an update for their visual novel Necrobarista. It is to come a bit later in Q3 2019. The added development time now means that more languages are supported at launch. The new release date will be shown at a later date. Meanwhile, the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 versions are still the same, a release in 2020. The game itself is about The Terminal, a café where the living and the dead intersect. Since the game is cel-shaded and 3D, it allows visual techniques such as a dynamic camera.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the cinematic cel-shaded visual novel will now launch a tad later in Q3 2019 than previously announced. While the team is eager to share Necrobarista with fans, it was determined taking a bit more time and allowing the game to percolate a little longer will be for the best.
Route 59 will take this opportunity to continue polishing the game so it can provide players with the best possible experience when it releases for Windows PC later this year via Steam and Playism.
The additional development time also means Necrobarista will support more languages at launch. Those include English, French, French (Canadian), Italian, German, Spanish, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Japanese, Korean, Russian, Turkish, Arabic, Brazilian Portuguese, and Dutch.
The studio appreciates fans’ enthusiasm and patience and looks forward to delighting everyone with the story behind The Terminal, a supernatural café where the worlds of the living and dead intertwine, as well as the game’s first-person adventure sequences and dynamic camera that put new spins on the genre.
Please follow Route 59 Twitter and join the Necrobarista community on Facebook and Discord for the latest updates. Details regarding Necrobarista’s new release date will be shared in the near future.
Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 versions of the game are still on track for release in 2020.