Tokyo Chronos delayed to March 20 for PC, July for PlayStation VR

Virtual reality visual novel dated.

Tokyo Chronos

MyDearest has delayed Tokyo Chronos from its previously scheduled February release window to March 20 for Oculus Go and Rift, and July for PlayStation VR, the company announced.

Users who backed the game on Kickstarter will receive the game key and play manual via e-mail on March 19.

Here is a brief overview of the game, via its official website:

Experience a mystery full of suspense woven by eight childhood friends in virtual reality.

VR Mystery Visual Novel. A story told in an immersive 360 degree world. An experience like never before. Countless characters will come to life, right before your eyes. What decision will you you make in this world?

Characters come to life right before your eyes. Interpret even their slightest of emotions.

Grief, joy, and even suspicion. Characters come to life right before your eyes. Interpreting even their slightest of emotions is possible. The expressions, lively animation, and full voice acting by renowned voice actors amplify the magic of the story.

Countless decisions. Truth and lies are in your hands.

An empty, deserted Shibuya where time has froze. A mystery full of suspence, woven by 8 childhood friends trapped inside.

A lost memory. A mysterious message, “I am dead. Who killed me?” Who is the killer? Where does the truth lie?

Fragments shattered like a broken mirror. Will the piece you choose be the truth, or—.

Story Synopsis

When, and why, have we become separated? A group of eight childhood friends—.

The time has come for the truth to be revealed.

Trapped in an empty, deserted Shibuya where time has froze. A strange world where the members of the eight disappear one by one.

—I am dead. Who killed me?

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