XSEED Games and Marvelous announced that Senran Kagura: Estival Versus will release in North America on March 15 and Europe on March 18, 2016 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.
The game will be available through the “Endless Summer” edition, which we previously detailed, and it’ll go for $49.99 on PS4 and $39.99 on Vita, or you can get them for $10 less if you go digital.
Here’s some more info on the game:
Featuring the biggest roster of fighters to date, Senran Kagura: Estival Versus is overflowing with explosive ninja moves, outrageous clothes-clearing combos and a scintillating storyline. All previous characters return, with new moves and upgraded skills along with a host of new characters further expanding the roster with new challenges and techniques to master.
The sexy Shinobis are taken to a parallel dimension, where sun-soaked islands are the perfect backdrop for the girls to do battle once more.
Online multiplayer matches, allows up to 10 (PS4) or 4 (PS Vita) players to battle it out at once.
The flame that burns twice as bright burns half as long, and so it is with the lives of young shinobi. Death comes swiftly — for the lucky ones — and, for those still living, grief is a constant companion. Ryōbi and Ryōna, two shinobi sisters of the Hebijo Clandestine Girls’ Academy elite, know that truth all too well, and they mourn their beloved elder sister every day.
But, when a mystical phenomenon appears, drawing the shinobi world’s finest young ladies into a parallel dimension, everything they know about life and death turns upside down. Taken to a strange world resembling a warm summer island, the girls find themselves face to face with their departed loved ones.
The island’s mysterious mistresses challenge the girls, who hail from four rival schools, to a contest of strength and wits. The winning school, she promises, will not only learn the highest secrets of shinobi lore, but will also have the honour of laying their loved ones’ souls to rest.
The buxom beauties prepare for a new kind of battle, facing not only their rivals, but questions galore. Can the island’s hosts be trusted? Will the other schools play fair, team up, or cheat? Will there be time to enjoy the beach before the fighting starts? Will anyone manage to keep their clothes intact? And… if they win, can they bear to be parted from their loved ones a second time?