Fantasy Tavern Sextet Vol. 1: New World Days coming to PC on December 15

First released for Switch on November 5.

Fantasy Tavern Sextet Vol. 1: New World Days

Fantasy Tavern Sextet Vol. 1: New World Days, which first launched for Switch on November 5, is coming to PC via Steam on December 15, developer Qureate announced. It will support English, Japanese, and Chinese (Traditional and Simplified) language options).

The official website for Fantasy Tavern Sextet Vol. 1: New World Days also teases a “secret patch coming soon,” but does not go into detail.

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

■ About

A young cook working behind the scenes at an Akihabara maid cafe is reincarnated in another world?!

Can he possible save this otherworldly tavern from risky management using the cooking skills he cultivated at the maid cafe?!

You’ll laugh! You’ll cry! Set against the backdrop of a fantasy world’s tavern, this slightly naughty, slapstick love-harem drama is about to begin!

■ Story

One day without warning, a young cook working behind the scenes at an Akihabara maid cafe suddenly gets spirited away to another world! The new world he finds himself in is one of fantasy, where magic exists and monsters run wild.

Without a way to return to his own world and at a total loss, a monster appears out of nowhere and is about to attack him when, at the last moment, Lupine, the owner of the tavern “Stray Sheep” appears and saves his life.

Brought to “The Stray Sheep” by his lifesaver Lupine, he finds nothing but a sad empty tavern with not even a single customer.

With nowhere to go, the main character decides to aid Lupine in reviving The Stray Sheep, knowing that if enough adventurers come by, one of them may know a way for him to return home.

Utilizing the cooking skills he cultivated during his time in the maid cafe, can he be the one to save the tavern from its precarious management situation?!

You’ll laugh! You’ll cry!

Set against the backdrop of a fantasy world’s tavern, this slightly naughty, slapstick love-harem drama is about to begin!

■ Staff

Read more about the game here.

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