Root Letter now available for PC via Steam

Kadokawa Games' mystery adventure comes to PC.

Root Letter

Root Letter is now available for PC via Steam, Kadokawa Games announced. It will cost $19.99, but is currently available at a 25 percent launch discount price of $14.99.

The mystery adventure game first launched for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Japan in June 2016, followed by North America and Europe in November, and has sold more than 200,000 copies worldwide.

The PC version is localized in English, Japanese, and Traditional Chinese.

Here’s an overview of the game, via Kadokawa Games:

About

Root Letter is the first title of the series from “Kadokawa Game Mystery.” The game is a collection of adventure games that explores human drama that features local Japanese culture and history. Root Letter is set in the Shimane prefecture, a land with rich history and beautiful nature. The player will engage an adventure to solve the mystery of Fumino Aya, a pen pal friend from high school who disappeared after leaving a mysterious letter. A letter delivered 15 years later…

Comment from Producer Yoshimi Yasuda

Root Letter is the first title from “Kadokawa Game Mystery,” which strives to create Japanese Culture and History. Root Letter is an adventure game featuring faithfully reproduced cityscapes and human drama that is interwoven by the people who live in the Shimane Prefecture. I’m very pleased to be able to deliver Root Letter on Steam, which is filled with rich Japanese regional charm. Kadokawa Games Inc. is looking forward to releasing various titles on Steam in the near future; please continue to support us as you did in all these years.

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