Today D3 Publisher released Onechanbara Origin in Japan and updated the official website to announce the season pass
The season pass was actually made available immediately on the Japanese PlayStation Store, costing 3,000 yen, which translates roughly into $27.5.
That being said, it comes with quite a bit of content.
Today we get the release of a package including ten “extra missions,” the “Sexy Combat Uniform Wedding White” costume for Aya, the “Saki’s Uniform Classic Brown” costume, the “Aya’s Recommendation Cutie Pink” costume, and the “Aya’s Recommendation Pubk Black” costume for Saki, and two music packs from the original Onechanbara and its sequel.
The mission pack costs 500 yen, the costumes are priced at 200 yen each, and the music packs are priced at 150 yen and 200 yen.
December 9 will see the release of two music packs from Onechanbara: Bikini Samurai Squad and OneChanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers for 250 yen each.
December 12 brings what is likely the most exciting DLC, which adds Rei as a playable character. She will come with her Ouroboros Battle Suit, her Bloody Fang gun and Weapon Box No.137. She will be priced at 500 yen.
Rei is also getting her own optional costumes on December 12 as well. “Ouroboros Battle Suit Cyber Blue,” “Ouroboros Battle Suit Glamor Red,” “Rei’s Spy Dress,” “Rei’s Spy Dress Retro Brown,” and “Rei’s Spy Dress Psycho Pink.” They will be priced at 200 yen each.
On the same day, two more music packs will be released from Onechanbara Z: Kagura and Onechanbara Z2: Chaos, priced at 250 yen each.
You can see what everything looks like in the gallery below.
If you want to see more, you can enjoy the latest trailer, the latest batch of screenshots and the previous trailer, another video and gallery, the reveal of the box art, the first gameplay, the previous gallery of images, another recent batch, another group of images and the first trailer and more from all the way back in February.
Onechanbara Origin released today Japan on December 5, exclusively for PS4.
At the moment, there is no news about a possible release outside of Japan, but D3 publisher has a good track record of publishing its recent games in the west.