Chaos;Child: Love Chu Chu!! for PS4, PS Vita launches March 30 in Japan [Update]

Spin-off confirmed for PlayStation release.

Chaos;Child

The latest issue of Weekly Famitsu reveals Chaos;Child Love Chu Chu!!, first announced in September, will launch for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita March 30, 2017 in Japan. It will 7,800 yen on PlayStation 4 and 6,800 yen on PS Vita, and a limited edition will also be available for 9,800 yen and 8,800 yen, respectively.

The spin-off title changes the story of the original Chaos;Child change, switching the focus to spending quality time with the game’s heroines. Protagonist Takuru Miyashiro, president of the school newspaper club, doesn’t show any interest in the bizarre events plaguing the world, but rather focuses on real life activities.

The story will branch via a new “Yes/No Trigger” system, which is based on the popular corners of the “Cool Cat Press” magazine that appears in the game. The familiar “Delusion Trigger” will also appear, and the girls’ reactions and development of the story will change based on your Trigger selection.

Development is currently 40 percent complete.

Thanks, Hachima Kikou.

Update 5:00 a.m.: Here’s a first look at the game, via Famitsu:

Chaos;Child: Love Chu Chu!!

Chaos;Child: Love Chu Chu!!

Chaos;Child: Love Chu Chu!!

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