'Root Film' Game's Japanese Release Delayed to July 30
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
The official website for Kadokawa Games' Root Film game for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 announced on Thursday that Kadokawa Games has delayed the game's Japanese release date to July 30. The game was originally slated to launch on April 23.
PQube and Kadokawa Games had announced last October that the game will get a release in Europe and North America for the Switch and PS4.
Root Film is Kadokawa Games' sequel to its Root Letter mystery adventure game, and it features a new murder story by Hifumi Kōno. Similar to the first game, Root Film takes place in Shimane prefecture.
The members of the i☆Ris voice actress idol unit will voice the main characters, and Wataru Komada will voice the male protagonist.
The √Letter (pronounced "Root Letter") mystery visual novel shipped in June 2016 in Japan for the PS4 and PlayStation Vita. Rice Digital and PQube released the game in Europe in October 2016, and in North America in November 2016. Kadokawa Games released the game on PC via Steam in July 2017 and for iOS and Android in August 2017.