Sekai Project Gives Update on Early 2017 Lineup

December 30, 2016 Written by Tyler Treese

Sekai Project

Publisher Sekai Project specializes in bringing over niche titles to Western markets, and they will have two offerings for gamers in early 2017. The publisher went to their blog to give an update on both fault – milestone one and Root Double -Before Crime * After Days- Xtend Edition. Both titles are visual novels.

Here’s what the publisher had to say regarding fault – milestone one:

For fault – milestone one, the engine coding is coming to an end and we have begun work in updating assets and adding in new features. Yes, you heard that right: new stuff! One of the most exciting new features is an all-new original score composed by Brazilian musician Luiza Carvalho, who did an excellent job at capturing the feel and atmosphere of the world and milieu of fault – milestone one. We believe part of the incredible strength of fault – milestone one is in the strong women cast in the game, mirrored with the strong women staff behind the game. It’s truly a little marvel and we can’t wait for many more of you to dive into this ever-expanding adventure.

Sekai Project also gave an update on Root Double -Before Crime * After Days- Xtend Edition (which hopefully I’ll never have to type out again), saying that the PlayStation Vita game is now in quality assurance testing. That means it should come out in the first quarter of 2017 as intended. They also revealed that an exact date will be announced once “Sony clears everything and provides a release date.”

Both fault – milestone one and Root Double -Before Crime * After Days- Xtend Edition are set to release on PlayStation consoles in the first quarter of 2017. With the former coming to PlayStation 4 and Vita, while the latter is a Vita exclusive.

(Sekai Project via Siliconera)