Today Sekai Project and Studio MyDearest took to Kickstarter to provide an update on the release of the upcoming virtual reality visual novel Tokyo Chronos.
While the game was supposed to be released in February, the studio decided to postpone the release to new dates.
As of now, the game will come out on March 20 for PC with Oculus Go, Oculus Rift, and HTC Vive, while the PS4 release for Play Station VR will come later, in July. At the moment there is no specific release date for PSVR.
While the development team expressed its apologies for the delay, they opted to deliver the game to its fans with the best quality possible.
Backers will receive their PC key and a manual via email on March 19.
If you’re not familiar with the game, it’s the offspring of a crowdfunding campaign held last year, featuring the Direction of Haruki Kashiwakura of “Expelled from Paradise” fame, paired with Sword Art Online Producer Kazuma Miki, writer Kou Segawa (Konya, Kimi ni Korosareta to Shitemo), and the charming character design by LAM.
Just a few days ago, Studio MyDearest teased a lot of news coming this year before the release of the game.