NIS America has released a new trailer detailing what’s new with The Caligula Effect: Overdose, including the two new members of the Go-Home Club and Ostinato Musicians. It also shows more gameplay.
The two new members of the Go-Home Club, the group of students dedicated to leaving Mobius and returning to reality, are Ayana Amamoto and Eiji Biwasaka. Ayana, a second-year student, detests men and cannot be near them. Eiji is a third-year upperclassman with a penchant for business.
Meanwhile, the Ostinato Musicians, who compose μ’s songs, add Stork and Kuchinashi to their ranks. Stork is an odd fellow who loves peeping on women, and has the power of mimicry. Kuchinashi is calm and doesn’t have much to say, relying instead on the gas mask-like device covering her mouth.
The game also includes the new option to use a female protagonist, as well as an entire Ostinato Musicians route where you can see the other side of the story.
Check out the trailer below:
The Caligula Effect: Overdrive will launch in North America and Europe in early 2019 for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC. The game is currently available in Japan. The original version is available on the PlayStation Vita.