White Day 2: Swan Song announced for PS4

2016-announced title re-revealed as numbered sequel.

White Day 2: Swan Song

Sonnori Corporation, formerly ROI Games, has announced White Day 2: Swan Song for PlayStation 4. It will launch in 2018.

The followup to White Day: A Labyrinth Named School was first announced in May 2016 as White Day: Swan Song for PlayStation VR. In November 2016, Sonnori Corporation provided first details on the game.

We got in touch with Sonnori Corporation to confirm some details about White Day 2: Swan Song:

  • It will be titled White Day 2: Swan Song in both Korean- and English-speaking regions. (It was previously titled The School: Swan Song in English-speaking regions.)
  • It is compatible with PlayStation VR, but is also playable without a headset.
  • There are currently no plans for a PC release.

Sonnori Corporation said it will share more information following the release of White Day: A Labyrinth Named School, which is due out for PC via Steam worldwide on August 22, and for PlayStation 4 in Japan on August 24, Europe on August 25, and North America on August 29.

Visit the teaser website here. There is a short synopsis of the sequel provided in Korean, which Sonnori Corporation said it will prepare for us in English soon.

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