NIS America has released a new trailer for The Caligula Effect: Overdose, an improved version of the original 2016 release that adds new features, improved performance, and so on and so forth. In fact, this new trailer is all about the new features, showing off reasons that set Overdose apart from the initial Vita release.
Let’s take a look.
As shown in the trailer, The Caligula Effect: Overdose introduces a new, female playable main character, reworked UI elements, new supporting characters, and new musician characters to battle.
In a press release, NIS America provided more details as well, to accompany the trailer:
New Party Members
Ayana Amamoto and Eiji Biwasaka are two new members of the Go-Home Club, a group dedicated to leaving Mobius and returning to reality. Ayana, a second-year student, detests men and cannot be near them. Eiji is a third-year upperclassman with a penchant for business.
New Ostinato Musicians
The Ostinato Musicians—μ’s composers—see Stork and Kuchinashi joining their ranks. Stork is an odd individual who loves peeping on women and has the power of mimicry. Kuchinashi is calm and doesn’t have much to say, relying instead on the gas mask-like device covering her mouth.
The Caligula Effect: Overdose is set to release in early 2019 for the PlayStation 4, the Nintendo Switch, and the PC.