First look at Sekai Seifuku: Costume Fes.

School, work, and maid—the first uniform war has begun.

Famitsu has gone up with its online preview of Sekai Seifuku: Costume Fes., Spike Chunsoft’s newly announced free-to-play PS Vita game.

Sekai Seifuku: Costume Fes. Sekai Seifuku: Costume Fes.

The game is set in a world where boys have been wiped out by a mysterious virus. The girls left behind are required to wear school outfits as their national uniform. But not everyone agrees, leading to the rise of the work uniform and maid uniform resistances. Now, with three uniform powers, the start of the first uniform war has begun.

Players will select between whether to belong to the school uniforms, work uniforms, or maid uniforms, and fight to expand their power. The game plays out in three parts: base strengthening, co-op multiplayer action, and card battles.

Some characters were also introduced. From left to right, there’s the School Uniform Force’s Code Name: FT (voiced by Yumi Hara), the Work Uniform Force’s Code Name: MB (voiced by Asami Imai), and the Maid Uniform Force’s Code Name: UX (voiced by Yuki Takao).

Sekai Seifuku: Costume Fes. Sekai Seifuku: Costume Fes. Sekai Seifuku: Costume Fes.

Sekai Seifuku: Costume Fes. is due out this year in Japan.

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