Ahead of E3 2019, XSEED Games had revealed it would be bringing its first otome game, London Detective Mysteria, to PCs. It had a general Summer 2019 release window at the time. Now, its debit has been finalized. The London Detective Mysteria PC port will be available via GOG, Humble, and Steam on July 31, 2019.
XSEED Games will also offer different extras both for free with the game and as a separate purchase. Buying a $29.99/€29.99/£24.99 copy gets you London Detective Mysteria and a digital, 92-page art book. (This will be 10% off until August 6, 2019.) Its full digital soundtrack will be sold for $19.99/€19.99/£14.99, though people who buy that 27-track album will get it for half price if they already down the PC game.
Here’s a London Detective Mysteria PC trailer that goes over the different characters you’ll meet and romance. Essentially, Emily is invited to attend an academy to train detectives after helping the queen find a cat she was given as a gift by a guest. Once there, she’ll have an opportunity to find out who murdered her parents and perhaps find love with characters like Sherlock Holmes’ son and Dr. Watson’s son.
London Detective Mysteria will appear on the PC on July 31, 2019. It is immediately available on the PlayStation Vita worldwide and on the PlayStation Portable in Japan.