Yomi wo Saku Hana launches early summer in Japan

"Dystopian dungeon RPG" gets a release window.

Yomi wo Saku Hana

“Dystopian dungeon RPG” Yomi wo Saku Hana will launch for Xbox One in early summer in Japan, developer Experience announced. A teaser website featuring the main visual illustrated by Yasushi Suzuki was also launched.

The labyrinth escape dungeon RPG, which is set in 1970s Tokyo, was first announced in May 2016 with a planned spring 2017 release window, but was delayed to 2018, and then again to spring 2019.

A final release date for the game, as well as an introduction to its systems, will be announced via the official website in late March.

If you missed it in February, watch 13 minutes of gameplay footage here. Read more about the game here.

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