Arc System Works announced on Thursday that it will release its World End Syndrome game in North America for the PlayStation 4 and Switch on May 2.
PQube will also release the game in Europe for the PS4 and Switch on June 14. The game will feature Japanese audio and English text.
Arc System Works describes the game:
WES is a romantic adventure game from the collaboration of Arc System Works and TOYBOX.
Characters are designed by Yuki Kato, an artist and designer for the BLAZBLUE series. Other known creators on the project include Tomio Kanazawa for scenario and Takashi Nitta for music.
The story takes place in a coastal town called “Mihate Town.”
The protagonist gets transferred to “Mihate High School” in the town and begins a new life, where he meets the heroines: Maimi Kusunose, a cheerful girl, and Miu Amana, a quiet girl.
How you interact with the girls through unforgettable summer experiences and incidents that happen in the peaceful town will drastically change the ending.
Arc System Works released the game in Japan for PS4, PlayStation Vita, and Switch last August, after a delay from the original April release date. Ibuki Kido performed the game's ending theme song. The game stars Hisako Tōjō as Maimi Kusunose and Shiori Izawa as Miu Amana.