Stranger of Sword City coming to PC via Steam in June

PC version lets you upload your own character portraits.

Stranger of Sword City

Stranger of Sword City will come to PC via Steam in June, NIS America announced.

With the PC version, you’ll have access to “Picture Gate,” which allows you to upload an image to become a character in-game. For example, as showcased in the screenshots, you can upload an illustration of a Prinny to act as your character.

Stranger of Sword City

Here’s a quick rundown of the game, via NIS America:

Your flight crashes after passing through a mysterious portal. As the sole survivor, you awaken to an unfamiliar land lit by stars you’ve never seen. This land is Escario, the city of swords. Quickly marked as the Chosen One, the Stranger of Sword City, you must defend this place, and choose your allegiances carefully as you scour this land for a way home.

This title is, at its core, a game about death and fighting against vanishing forever. You will discover new meaning in the choices you make to survive against all odds. You will define yourself by the lives of those you leave behind, by the people you align yourself with, and the experiences you have on each new venture into the dark labyrinths that threaten to trap you.

Stranger of Sword City is now available digitally for Xbox One. It will launch for PS Vita physically and digitally via publisher NIS America on April 26 in North America and April 29 in Europe.

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