Bustafellows Season 2 English Switch and PC Release Set
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Bustafellows Season 2 English Switch and PC Release Set

Bustafellows Season 2, the sequel to the otome game, appeared in Japan on the Switch and mobile devices in May 2023. Now after much teasing, PQube confirmed it picked it up for a worldwide English release on the Switch and PC in 2025. 

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As in the original otome game, players will work alongside Teuta and Helvetica, Limbo, Mozu, Scarecrow, and Shu to solve a crime in Bustafellows Season 2. However, in this situation since it is a sequel, relationships are already established as it begins. So like in otome fan discs, players will see the romance continue to build after the events of the first game. In addition to continuing routes, a flowchart will also be added to make it easier to go through and backtrack.

PQube released the first trailer for the game. Rather than an opening movie, which can be common for otome game announcements, the Bustafellows sequel sets the stage for the new investigation and role the team will play. After a brief introduction, we get to see snippets of each major character again.

The Steam product listing for the game is already live. It features eight screenshots highlighting different characters. However, system requirements aren’t available yet.

PQube did already note that there will be digital and physical Switch copies available.

Bustafellows Season 2 will come to the Nintendo Switch and PC in 2025, and it is already available on the Switch and mobile devices in Japan.

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