Nekopara Vol. 4 for PS4, Switch launches December 22

Console versions of visual novel dated.

Nekopara Vol. 4

The PlayStation 4 and Switch versions of Nekopara Vol. 4 will launch on December 22 for 1,320 yen, according to the game’s Japanese Nintendo eShop listing. It will support English, Japanese, and Chinese (Simplified and Traditional) language options.

Though the listing is only for the Switch version, both console versions were previously announced as due out in December. The previous two volumes also launched the same day on both consoles. (Vol. 1 was delayed several months on PlayStation 4.) All previous volumes have been released simultaneously worldwide. (Update 12/10/20 at 11:00 a.m.: Publisher CFK has since confirmed the game’s worldwide release for December 22 on both platforms for $14.99.)

Nekopara Vol. 4 first launched for PC via Steam on November 26.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:


Despite the popularity of Kashou Minaduki’s patisserie, “La Soleil”, his father continues to disapprove of it. Seeing how troubled Kashou was, Shigure offers up a suggestion as a change of pace.

A hot springs trip with Chocola, Vanilla and the other catpanions.

With Azuki and Coconut’s encouragement, Kashou is determined to confront his father while Maple and Cinnamon suggest a trip to France
to seek advice from the teacher who taught him his craft.

But why is Shigure also tagging along!?

An encounter with a new catgirl in France…

This story is a heartwarming cat comedy about the growth Kashou experiences through his catpanions and the bonds with them and his family… with a little ecchi on the side, too.

Key Features

  • Beautiful artwork and designs from creator, Sayori.
  • Opening song, “SWEETxSWEET” sung by KOTOKO.
  • Animated characters sprites bring the characters to life.
  • Full Japanese voice acting (except for protagonist).
  • English, Traditional Chinese, and Japanese text options.
  • CG Gallery Mode.

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