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Akash: Path of the Five Get Release Date on PS4; Free Theme Also Coming

Akash: Path of the Five

Akash: Path of the Five Get Release Date on PS4; Free Theme Also Coming

Today Truant Pixel announced the release date of its upcoming otome visual novel Akash: Path of the Five.

If you’re not familiar with the concept of Otome visual novels, they’re usually designed mostly for a female audience (“otome” means “maiden” in Japanese) and feature a harem of charming male characters open to romance the female heroine. Despite their titular target, they’re often well-liked among quite a few of the boys as well.

The game is releasing very soon, on June 25, exclusively for PS4.

Below you can check out the trailer that revealed the release date:

Truant Pixel is well-known for PS4 themes, and they will release two of them to celebrate the launch of the game. The first will be free.

The second theme will be included in the Deluxe Edition Bundle or sold separately for $2.99.

Do keep in mind that the two editions have literally $1 in price difference, so may as well. Here’s a handy summary for both.

If you’re unfamiliar with the game, you can check out the previous trailer, and read an official description:

“Akash: Path of the Five is a visual novel in the otome style. Players will assume the role of Aurora, a member of a fantasy race known as the Al’wan, or elementals.

For nearly a millennia, the number of elemental girls born has dwindled over the generations, forcing them to interbreed with humans to save their race from extinction. As the first elemental girl the village of Akash has seen in over 200 years, all eyes are on Aurora while she prepares for her Coming of Age Ceremony.

Tensions between her home village and a neighboring village of humans begins to boil over, threatening an all-out war. Players will have the opportunity to cultivate a romance with one of her five classmates, navigate the conflict between the two races, and plan the greatest Coming of Age Ceremony the village of Akash has seen in two centuries.”

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