Senran Kagura Estival Versus Now Available On Steam

By Mike Sousa on March 21, 2017, 6:17PM EDT
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XSEED Games has announced that Senran Kagura Estival Versus is out now for PC via Steam. Furthermore, most DLC on PC will be offered at 33% off during the first week, while the 'Dual Blooming Hearts' PC DLC containing extra mission packs and the 'Shinobi Pack' PC bundle consisting of 7 additional costumes and 9 accessories will both be free during that special promotion period.

The long-awaited Battle Vixens crossover DLC pack featuring playable characters Sun Ce, Lu Bu, and Guan Yu, and outfits from Ikki Tousen is available on PC, as well as PS4 and PS Vita. Each character will be priced at $3.99/€3.99/£2.99, while a bundle containing all three will be offered for $8.99/€8.99/£6.99. The addition of the three battle vixens is sure to spice things up near the one-year anniversary of the game's home console debut.

In Senran Kagura Estival Versus, a mystical phenomenon transports the nubile ninjas of the titular series to a parallel dimension to face off against their rivals in a new kind of battle. In this strange world - which resembles a sunny, sandy island paradise - the girls are thrown for another loop as they encounter departed loved ones and ultimately have to decide if they can bear to part from them a second time.

With over twenty-five playable characters, making this the biggest roster in the series' history, Senran Kagura Estival Versus boasts more moves, more story, more attitude, and more destruction online with matches that can support up to 10 players on PS4 and PC, and up to 4 players on PS Vita. All of the series' previous Shinobi girls return with a host of upgraded moves to master, and new playable characters offer more challenges to conquer, along with a story that's equal parts sexy and shocking, serious and scandalous, busty and bouncy.

Senran Kagura Estival Versus will be available for $39.99/£29.99/€39.99. Those who purchase the game during its launch week will receive a 10% discount.

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