Nippon Ichi Software announced its new “superpowers x academy” RPG Xicatrice will receive a new demo on June 15 in Japan. The demo will be available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5.
The Xicatrice demo allows players to experience an early portion of the game leading up to a significant event. According to Gematsu, the demo begins in the month of April just like the full game, allowing the protagonist to start their job as a teacher. Players may train students in the classroom, learn more about the students, battle through proposal and selection, and much more. Moreover, save data from the Xicatrice demo transfers to the full game when it launches. Xicatrice players will be able to pick up from where they left off.
High school students will live their ordinary lives in between deadly missions in Xicatrice. The constant looming threats appear to be caused by the students’ past trauma and their own superpowers. These students must overcome their trauma to avoid losing control and turning into abnormal users. This process includes facing off against Doppels, which are virtual manifestations of a user’s unconscious and psyche. Students must persevere the ordeals placed in front of them to finally move on with their lives.
Finally, Xicatrice launches June 29 for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5 in Japan. A worldwide release and a PC version of Xicatrice by NIS America have not been announced.
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