VA-11 Hall-A for PS4, Switch launches May 2 in the west

Cyberpunk bartender action dated for additional platforms.

VA-11 Hall-A

The PlayStation 4 and Switch versions of VA-11 Hall-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action will launch digitally on May 2 for $14.99, publisher Ysbryd Games and developer Sukeban Games announced. It will support English and Japanese language options at launch, with other localizations to be added later.

VA-11 Hall-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action first launched for PC in June 2016, followed by PS Vita in November 2017.

Distributor Limited Run Games will produce a physical standard edition for PlayStation 4 and Switch, as well as a collector’s edition box set for Switch. Details will be announced later in 2019.

Here is an overview of the game, via Ysbryd Games:

In a cyberpunk future, capitalist forces drive the corrupt government of Glitch City, a place known for both rapid advancements in technology and a disregard for the ethical quandaries of nanomachine experiments on the general public. Enter VA-11 Hall-A: a hole-in-the-wall dive bar providing solace for lonely souls facing the brutality of daily dystopia.

Bartender Jill listens to everyone’s tales while mixing drinks for strangers and regulars alike. Engage in lively conversations with a humanoid robot popstar, the editor-in-chief of a prominent magazine, a boy-crazy hacker and others to unveil the society of Glitch City as seen through the eyes of its citizens. Jill pours libations, but her patrons pour out their souls.

VA-11 Hall-A puts a shaken-not-stirred spin on point-and-click games with mixology: characters react differently depending on the drinks served and how much alcohol they’ve had. Learn more about Glitch City through the lens of a resident doing her best to maintain a somewhat ordinary life in an extraordinary metropolis.

Enhance the atmosphere of this futuristic experience by curating different electronic playlists on the jukebox to listen throughout the night. Infectious synthpop, ambient electronic music and a dark pixelated anime art style frame the gloomy but laid back experience.

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