White Day 2 Episodes 1-3 Heading to PS5 and Xbox Series X
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White Day 2 Episodes 1-3 Heading to PS5 and Xbox Series X

PQube announced that not only is White Day 2: The Flower that Tells Lies is heading to the PS5 and Xbox Series X in 2024, but it will do so in a Complete Edition that offers all three episodes at once. Back when it appeared on PCs, people needed to go through each installment one at a time.

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White Day 2 essentially tells the story of three people, rather than just follow one person like White Day: A Labyrinth Named School did with Lee Hui-min. So in the first episode, people follow Jung Soo-jin and her crush as they’re trapped at Yeondu high school. The second covers Kang Seo-yeon trying to undo a ritual at the school. Finally, the third episode ties into the first game by having Yoo Ji-min trying to help Han Na-young. 

Here is the first trailer for the console release. It also confirms that there will be a physical PS5 version of the game available, in addition to the digital PS5 and Xbox Series X ones.

In addition to giving people access to the full game at once, White Day 2 Complete Edition will have a few other extras. There will also be seven costumes people can change characters into. The guards who are enemies in this installment can put on attire inspired by ones worn by the janitors in the first game.

White Day 2: The Flower that Tells Lies Complete Edition will come to the PS5 and Xbox Series X in 2024. The game is already available on PCs.

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