Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash Launches for PC on March 7
posted on by Jennifer Sherman
XSEED Games announced on Friday that the Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash game will get a PC release for Steam on March 7. Marvelous began streaming a trailer for the announcement.
The standard PC edition of the game will cost US$39.99, and the “Sexy Soaker” special edition will cost US$49.99. The "Sexy Soaker” edition will include a soundtrack, Soaking Wet High School Uniform costume, set of colorful bikini costumes, Futomaki Roll Bazooka special weapon, Bebeby pet card, and special set of skill cards.
The release is available for pre-order now, and people who pre-order the game will receive “Eternal Summer Camisole” DLC. The DLC will be available exclusively as a pre-order bonus for four weeks before it is available for purchase US$3.99. In addition, the "Clean-Up Maid (Mint)" and "Clean-Up Maid (Marine Blue)" DLC costumes and "Special First-Print Pack” will be available to all players for free in the first four weeks after the release's launch. The items will then be available as the "Clean-Up Maid Pack” for US$9.99.
All post-launch DLC characters from previous PlayStation 4 release will be available for purchase at launch. The PC release will mark the first time that the game will have worldwide mulitplayer support.
Marvelous released the game for PS4 in Europe on September 22, and XSEED Games released the game physically and digitally for PS4 on September 26.
Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash is an "action shooting game" where the characters are equipped with water guns and play on teams. The game features 36 total characters. It shipped for PlayStation 4 in Japan on March 16.
Marvelous and its Honey∞Parade Games subsidiary are developing four more Senran Kagura games, including Senran Kagura Burst Re:Newal, a PlayStation 4 remake of the 2012 Senran Kagura Burst action game for the Nintendo 3DS. The game will ship for PS4 in Japan on February 22.
The franchise began with the release of the original Senran Kagura game on the Nintendo 3DS in September 2011. The games inspired a television anime in 2013. Funimation streamed the series as it aired in Japan, and released it on Blu-ray Disc and DVD in 2014.