Senran Kagura: Estival Versus PS4 and PS Vita differences outlined

Shinovi Versus sequel due out next week in Japan.

Senran Kagura: Estival Versus

Marvelous has outlined the differences between the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita versions of Senran Kagura: Estival Versus, due out next week in Japan.

Find our translation below.

Senran Kagura: Estival Versus Game Differences
PlatformPlayStation 4PS Vita
Resolution1920×1080960×544
Frames Per Second6030
Max Number of Players Online10 players (four players also possible)Four players
Online MatchingPS4-onlyWi-Fi-only when matching on Wi-Fi, and Ad Hoc-only when matching on Ad Hoc
Touch ControlsBy pressing L3 and R3 at the same time, you can pseudo touch with the “Osawari Hand”Direct touch support
Amount of Enemies DisplayedAll enemies displayed on screenFixed number of enemies displayed on screen (some may be present, but not visible / susceptible to attack)
ControlsSame as PS Vita (alternate control schemes also available), with the DualShock 4’s touch pad acting as substitute for PS Vita’s touch screenPlayStation TV supported, alternative to touch controls also available, Inochigake = R + Triangle, Unison Flying Ranbu = R + Circle when the green ring appears
Locker Room – All the same, outside of some differences
PlatformPlayStation 4PS Vita
Changing ClothesAll the same
Vertical Display
Skirt Peeping (Gyro)
Skirt Tearing
Pre and Post-Tenshin Clothing Settings
Equippable Accessory Slots10
Number of Favorite Sets that Can Be Saved30
Costume Color Variation5 Per Costume
Maximum Points of Simultaneous Touching2 Points (1 per hand)2 Points
ScenerySelectable illustrations and models
Number of Savable Diorama Scenes15
Touch ControlsSlap (Also done by holding L3 or R3)Tap (Immediately triggered upon pressing on the screen)
Massage ControlsPress L2 or R2 at varying amounts to determine pressureTap and slide across the screen
Camera Controls During Sexual Harassment×
Diorama ModeUp to five ShinobiUp to three Shinobi

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