Ghostpia Season One Launches August 22 for Steam

    Original soundtrack and artbook to be released.

    Developer Chosuido announced Ghostpia Season One launches August 22 for PC via Steam, and a free demo is now available. Fans may also purchase the soundtrack to this intriguing lo-fi visual novel soon.

    Ghostpia Season One first launched on May 23 for Nintendo Switch in the west. The PC release will arrive just three months after the Switch release, and developer Chosuido shared a special message for fans.

    Ghostpia Season One for PC

    Ghostpia Season One launches on August 22 for PC via Steam with English and Japanese language options. The Steam version includes keyboard and mouse controls, FHD and 4K resolution support, performance up to 60fps, and Steam achievements. The “Relay” Ghostpia Season One Original Soundtrack and special artbook will also be sold on August 22 on Steam.

    “We apologize for the long wait leading up to this release,” Chosuido said in a Steam blog post. “We are thrilled to finally be able to deliver this to you. As Chosuido, this is our first release on Steam, and it has been a journey filled with challenges. We made you wait, but thanks to the overwhelming support and encouragement from all of you, we managed to reach this milestone. We are truly grateful.”

    Lastly, here’s an overview of Ghostpia Season One, via our previous coverage:

    ‘ghostpia’ is a unique ghost story that follows Sayoko, a forgetful ghost struggling to recall her past and her purpose. With a unique and nostalgic art style, with a linear story, ‘ghostpia is full of the mysteries in Sayoko’s forgotten memories.​

    • Linear Narrative – ‘ghostpia’ is designed for you to sit back and sink into the storyline, enjoying it like a movie 
    • Dark Humour – with death pointless in the face of unending resurrection, any annoying character can get thrown out of a window if they push the girls just a little too far
    • Unexpected Twists – despite ghostpia’s gentle music and soft aesthetic, the story is shockingly brutal; even with static artwork, perspectives shift rapidly, unfolding dramatic truths one after another
    • Eclectic Characters – Sayoko and her friends are all strange and different, each unique in their own weird way, yet somehow perfect for each other
    • Soft nostalgia-inspired illustrations – the hand-drawn style of art brings to life the soft, isolated atmosphere of the snowy town, designed to make you feel lost in nostalgia
    • Coming West for the First Time – Originally released on mobile and web browsers only in Japan, now with new music, higher resolution illustrations and more complex animations
    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Managing Editor of Final Weapon and a Games Writer at Game Rant with four years of writing and editing experience. Raul is passionate about the Japanese gaming industry, and he's a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs, and fighting games. business email: [email protected] | Muck Rack:

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