Fault – Milestone One for PS4 and PS Vita, Root Double for PS Vita launch Q1 2017

An update on the Sekai Project-ported visual novels.

Sekai Project recently shared a development update on the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita versions of Fault – Milestone One.

In short, coding on the development of the PlayStation versions is coming to an end, and work has begun in updating assets and adding new features. One new feature is an original score composed by Brazilian musician Luiza Carvalho. There has also been a user interface overhaul:

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The company also provided an update on Root Double: Before Crime After Days Xtend Edition for PS Vita. It is now in QA testing and moving towards its intended release schedule.

Both Fault – Milestone One and Root Double: Before Crime After Days Xtend Edition will be available digitally via the PlayStation Store in Q1 2017.

Sekai Project teases that it is planning several more console releases throughout the year, with details to “follow rapidly” after the release of the aforementioned titles, as well as “some surprises lurking in the shadows.”

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