Re: Zero -Life in Another World in VR- coming to PlayStation VR and Steam VR this winter in Japan

Due out in Emilia and Rem bundles.

Re: Zero -Life in Another World in VR-

The Re: Zero -Starting Life in Another World- virtual reality experience Re: Zero -Life in Another World in VR-, which is currently available for iOS and Android in Japan, is coming to PlayStation VR and Steam VR in Japan this winter, publisher Gugenka confirmed at a hands-on experience event earlier this week.

The smartphone release of Re: Zero -Life in Another World in VR- was divided into four separate releases: two that let you sleep in Emilia or Rem’s lap, respectively, and two that let you sleep beside Emilia or Rem, respectively. Each installment also includes a “figure appreciation” mode in which you can view each character in three different scenes from any angle. Each version is priced at 960 yen.

The PlayStation VR and Steam VR release, however, will be released in two bundle versions: one that lets you sleep in Emilia’s lap or sleep beside her, and another that lets you sleep in Rem’s lap or sleep beside her. Each will cost 2,160 yen.

Visit the Re: Zero -Life in Another World in VR- official website here.

Thanks, Otakomu.

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