Chaos;Child launch trailer - Gematsu
Chaos;Child launch trailer
posted on 10.13.17 at 04:52 AM EST by (@salromano)
Out today in Europe, October 24 in North America.


PQube has released the launch trailer for Chaos;Child.

Here’s an overview of the game, via its official website:


From the creators of the critically acclaimed Steins;Gate comes a sensational new visual novel: Chaos;Child. Set in Shibuya in 2015, a group of high school students who survived an earthquake six years ago find themselves at the centre of a new series of bizarre murders in the city.

Play as Takuru, an arrogant senior, who is the first to notice a pattern in the supernatural deaths around him. With the help of his friends, he goes to the crime scenes and hopes to discover the killer’s identity before the police, at his own risk…

Key Features

  • Discover a Darker Japan – Explore Shibuya in 2015, after an earthquake nearly leveled the city six years prior, and try to outsmart the puppet-master behind this New Generation Madness.
  • Track Down a Serial Killer – lay as Takuru, an arrogant senior and the newspaper club president, and discover the pattern in a series of bizarre deaths around you that the police can’t seem to crack.
  • Unravel the Mystery – Investigate gruesome, supernatural murders with a team of uniquely talented friends.
  • Pick Your Delusions – Choose to explore disturbing nightmares or pleasurable daydreams to affect the different realities that Takuru perceives, and change your story.
  • See the Bigger Picture – Unlock SIX endings by changing the course of your team’s investigations and relationships, and understand the characters and plot in depth.
  • Outstanding Artistic Value – Enjoy beautiful and etheral art work in this stunning visual novel from the Science Adventure series.
  • From the Creators of Steins;Gate – A stand-alone story with a brand new cast, extensive replayability and ties to the Steins;Gate universe!

Chaos;Child is available today for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Europe, and will launch on October 24 in North America.

Watch the trailer below.

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