Atlus teased a remaster for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita earlier in the week, and now they've confirmed it will be coming to both the U.S. and Europe.
The publisher also announced that Catherine: Full Body is now slated for a Winter 2018 release in Japan, which kinda sounds like we won't see it worldwide until 2019 at best.
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Of course, this new introduction will make the title to also have new cutscenes that present situations different from those we saw in the original title of PS3 and Xbox 360.
The new trailer offers a look at a variety of the game's facets, such as key characters and gameplay.
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In any case, this could easily be an error from Atlus' part, but it would certainly be cool to see the game get a PS4 and Switch release for the West.
2011's Catherine was a very unusual sort of game. Chief among the additions is a third Catherine named Rin (voiced by Aya Hirano), and she's front and center in the debut trailer below. Nothing has confirmed that Rin is transgender, but assumptions have been made by fans and critics who are calling for fair and respectful representation of the LGBTQ+ community, which Atlus has been criticized for in the past. With new storyline elements for both Catherine and Katherine, players will have ample opportunity for new experiences in Catherine: Full Body. However no release date or window has been provided yet.
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