Next PQube Otome Game Is Celestia: Chain of Fate
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Next PQube Otome Game Is Celestia: Chain of Fate

PQube announced it picked up a second otome game called Celestia: Chain of Fate. Like Genso Manege, there’s no release window beyond “soon” and it will appear on both the Switch and PC via Steam.

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In this otome game, it turns out that in addition to humans, angels and demons also exist. Those more supernatural beings are set apart, with their offspring attending the Academy of Celestia school. Players step into the shoes of Aria, a young woman who learns she is both part angel and demon, rather than just human, and suddenly finds herself attending the academy and dealing with new truths about herself. While also going through her school life, she’ll also get the chance to grow closer to, and possibly even romance, some of the other students there.

The first trailer for Celestia: Chain of Fate is already live, and you can watch it below. It begins by introducing the academy and showing some of the people we can romance as we play. Some are human, like Ash Winterlight. There are also angels like Luke Alastair and demons like Val de Lucifer.

Here are the first screenshots from the next PQube Switch and PC otome game.

Agate is involved inthe game’s development. Previously, it worked on Valthirian Arc: Hero School Story and its sequel.

Celestia: Chain of Fate will come to the Switch and PC via Steam worldwide, with Switch physical copies confirmed.

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