XSEED Games has announced that their PC port of the previously PlayStation Vita-only title Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus will be heading to Steam on June 1, with the possibility of releasing on more PC platforms to be explored in the coming months.
The game directly follows the events of Senran Kagura Burst, revisiting the fierce rivalry between the girls of HanzÅ National Academy and their sworn enemies from Hebijo Clandestine Girls' Academy, the latter of which have now gone underground and formed a mercenary strike team known as the Homura Crimson Squad. In addition to their old adversaries, the HanzÅ girls must also face a whole new set of foes: the students of Gessen Girls' Academy, who seek to punish them for their shortcomings as shinobi warriors.
Besides just being a port of the PlayStation Vita version, the PC edition also includes all of the game's DLC free-of-charge from the start fully unlockable through gameplay, along with crisp HD textures and a smooth 60fps framerate. With over 20 playable characters, each featuring her own diverse fighting style and palette of special skills, players will have to master a vast array of abilities as they set forth upon the Path of the Shinobi. Players can also compete in three online multiplayer modes each designed for up to four players, including Death Match, Strip Battle (try to unclothe opponents), and Understorm (a race to grab the most undergarments falling from the sky).
In celebration of the game's release on Steam, XSEED Games will be discounting the game by 10% off its regular list price of $29.99, â‚¬27.99, and £22.99 (other regional pricing may vary) for the first week after launch.