NewsPCPlayStation 4PlayStation 5

Neptunia: Sisters vs Sisters English Release Date Set for January


Idea Factory International set the Neptunia: Sisters vs Sisters English release date. It will launch both physically and digitally on January 24, 2023. There will also be a digital deluxe version, which will come with extra content such as the exclusive swimsuit costume set. The game originally came out in April 2022 in Japan and October 2022 in Asia.

Recommended Videos

The full list of content that you will get in the digital deluxe edition is:

  • Swimsuit costume set (exclusive)
  • Digital art book
  • Original soundtrack (9 tracks)
  • 4 avatars

The Steam version of the digital deluxe edition will also come with PC and mobile wallpapers, as well as a PC theme.

IFI is also offering a limited edition of Neptunia: Sisters vs Sisters on its release date. It will cost $104.99, and you can purchase it from the IFI website. This will come with the game (along with a reversible cover sleeve), a hardcover art book, the soundtrack, a mousepad, and an exclusive trading card. All of this will come in a collector’s box. The game case will also be made of steel.

neptunia sisters vs sisters limited edition release date

Neptunia: Sisters vs Sisters is a spin-off of the Hyperdimension Neptunia series of games. It will have a real-time combat system, as well as a photo mode and a social media-inspired mission mode The story will revolve around Nepgear after she wakes up from a two-year slumber. She must use her powers to find her family and save the land from the Trendi Outbreaks.

Neptunia: Sisters vs Sisters will be available for the PS4, PS5, and Windows PC via Steam from January 24, 2023 for North America and Europe.

Stephanie Liu
About The Author
Stephanie is a senior writer, translator, anime fan, and gamer who has been writing and gaming ever since she was four. She loves RPGs, simulations, and action games. Big animanga fan and was one of those girls who did school projects on anime. Only exhibits her true power at night. Aside from writing for Siliconera, she translates for light novels and video games.