The game follows a group of girls belonging to the “Ranger Club,” a school organization that trains its members in defense-only tactics. Players will control these girls and battle with weapons to counter enemies.
Story-wise, Aya Hinamoto, the protagonist of the first game, encounters a pair of mysterious girls during a mission. And then she an advisor tells her about a mock battle with Elda Private Institute. In this game, an “interscholastic war” is waged between Elda Private Institute and Aya’s school, Misakimori Private Academy.
Bullet Girls 2 will launch for PS Vita in Japan on April 21 for 7,344 yen at retail or 6,480 yen via download.