Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds coming to PC via Steam this summer

PC release follows PS Vita launch in May.

Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds

Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds is coming to PC via Steam this summer with updated graphics and English, Japanese, and Traditional Chinese language options, publisher Idea Factory International announced.

The game first launched for PS Vita in North America and Europe in May. It is the first in a two-part series. In Japan, a collection including Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds and Hakuoki Shinkai: Hana no Shou is due out for PlayStation 4 on July 13.

Here’s an overview of Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds, via Idea Factory:

Story

1863. As the end of the Bakumatsu period draws closer…

A lone Chizuru Yukimura travels from Edo to Kyoto in hopes of searching for her father who mysteriously vanished. As she ventures through the unfamiliar city in the dark of night, she is suddenly attacked by a gang of samurai. Amidst the chaos, a mysterious figure approaches her, hungry for the taste of blood.
As the threat of danger approaches, she is saved by none other than the Shinsengumi.

After their encounter, Chizuru lives with the men of the Shinsengumi to fulfill their common goal: seeking out her missing father. However, she slowly uncovers the Shinsengumi’s dark secret: The Furies. A group of men calling themselves “Demons” eventually confront the Shinsengumi, standing in opposition to their secret Fury identity.

Upon meeting these Demons, Chizuru is forced to come face to face with the secrets of her past. This story is about a girl who allies with the men of the Shinsengumi, who are struggling to uphold their faith in an era of rapid social change in Japan.

Key Features

  • 12 Handsome Bachelors – Fall in love as these 12 bachelors battle for your heart in this historical fantasy!
  • Over 80 Hours of Romance – With over 30 different endings, immerse yourself in the world of Hakuoki through its compelling tale of romance, friendship, and betrayal!
  • Beauty at Your Fingertips – Fluid animation and vibrant art breathes life into this climatic era in Japan’s history! Then, view all of the art in a gorgeous photo gallery.

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