Fuuraiki 4 announced for PS4, Switch [Update]

Due out on April 22, 2021 in Japan.

Fuuraiki 4

Following a tease back in September, Nippon Ichi Software has announced motorcycle journey adventure game Fuuraiki 4 for PlayStation 4 and Switch, the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu reveals. It will launch on April 22, 2021 in Japan for 6,980 yen.

Fuuraiki 4 is the first new entry in the series since Fuuraiki 3, which first launched for PC in May 2013, followed by PS Vita in February 2015.

While Fuuraiki 3 and Fuuraiki were set in Hokkaido, and Fuuraiki 2 in Okinawa, Fuuraiki 4 is set in Gifu. The game promises enhanced detail through collaborations with Yamaha Motor, Gifu Shimbum, and Arai Helmet.

The protagonist of Fuuraiki 4 is a reportage writer who hunts for stories at actual places in Gifu. A 360-degree camera was used to shoot the video of the motorcycle ride. You will be able to watch the scenery as you pass by while enjoying your journey, and even possibly fall in love with the girls you meet along the way depending on your actions.

Thanks, Ryokutya2089.

Update 1:00 a.m. Here are the first screenshots:

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