The Quintessential Quintuplets Gotopazu Story 2nd Japanese release date falls in September 2024
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Quintessential Quintuplets: Gotopazu Story 2nd Release Date Set

Mages announced the Japanese release date for The Quintessential Quintuplets: Gotopazu Story 2nd. The new visual novel will appear in Japan on September 26, 2024.

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The company also revealed the game’s limited physical editions. The “regular” Limited Edition will come with a Special Artwork book containing over 300 pages. There will also be a more complete Special Box that adds a soundtrack CD, a canvas art paper, and a set of acrylic stands featuring the quintuplets.

Although Mages primarily shared sample images from the Switch releases, the company assured that PS4 versions of the limited editions will also be available.

Mages has also uploaded a new promotional trailer for the game on the franchise’s YouTube channel:

The company first revealed this entry in late April 2024. It will appear as a direct sequel to the first Gotopazu Story entry released in June 2023. This game will feature episodes from the second-year part of the franchise’s mobile puzzle game. But just like the prequel, this entry will only feature the visual novel segments while omitting the puzzle gameplay.

The Japanese release date for The Quintessential Quintuplets: Gotopazu Story 2nd falls on September 26, 2024. The visual novel will be available in Japan on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. The latter version will also be playable on PlayStation 5 via backwards compatibility.

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