Developer eXtend released a brand-new trailer for otome visual novel Bustafellows Season 2, which is releasing soon in Japan. The official trailer introduces the characters and story of Bustafellows Season 2 for newcomers and returning players.
In Japan, Bustafellows Season 2 will be sold for 7,480 yen physically and digitally. A physical deluxe edition for Nintendo Switch will be sold for 9,680 yen. Deluxe edition contents include the game, a “Turtles Pizza” pizza box and shop card, drama CD, soundtrack CD, an acrylic illustration board, and a pamphlet. Pre-orders are available now at participating retailers in Japan with special bonuses such as an additional drama CD.
Returning players may also receive a bonus for their time with Bustafellows. Nintendo Switch players with save data from Bustafellows gain access to a “connected” episode that bridges the original game to the sequel. Moreover, an exclusive story episode exists in the Android and iOS versions.
Here’s a story synopsis of Bustafellows Season 2 alongside the new trailer, via the official website:
Story of Bustafellows Season 2
Everyone wants answers. Who is to blame? What went wrong? And what must the punishment be? To preserve the state of the world, everything is either black or white. Those who focus on the in-between will only continue to suffer.
Everyone must know it in their hearts—that all things come as a pair. Black or white. Front or back. Light or dark. Good news, or bad news.
And things either change, or come to an end.
Bustafellows Season 2 Official Trailer
Lastly, Bustafellows Season 2 releases on May 25 for Android, iOS, and Nintendo Switch in Japan, and a worldwide release was not announced.
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