Clock Tower Rewind Japan Release Date Falls on Halloween
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Clock Tower: Rewind Japan Release Date Falls on Halloween

Publisher Superdeluxe Games confirmed that the Japanese release date for the upcoming Clock Tower: Rewind falls on October 31, 2024. Furthermore, developer Wayforward announced that a livestream showcasing the game will appear on June 27, 2024 at 1:00pm PT/4:00pm ET.

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It is possible that the overseas release date for the game will be shared during the aforementioned livestream. Wayforward and Limited Run Games previously confirmed that the Clock Tower remaster will appear worldwide during Fall 2024. Because of this, it is possible that Japanese Halloween release date for the game will also apply to everyone worldwide, but we will have to wait a bit longer for confirmation.

Superdeluxe Games also shared the contents of the Japanese deluxe edition of Clock Tower: Rewind, which differs slightly from the bonuses included with the Collector’s Edition available at Limited Run Games. The Deluxe Edition contents include a special case, a Deluxe+ mini magazine, a trading card, a sticker set, two postcards featuring newly drawn artwork, one of which was created by Shintaro Kago, the original soundtrack, and the game itself featuring a reversible cover.

You can check out the Clock Tower: Rewind Japanese Deluxe Edition below. This edition will only be available for PS5 and Nintendo Switch.

The Clock Tower: Rewind Japanese release date falls on October 31, 2024, and it will appear on the Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC. The original Clock Tower: The First Fear first appeared on the Super Famicom in Japan.

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