The cult 2017 visual novel revolving around an afterschool literature club, Doki Doki Literature Club, is getting an expanded edition on PC and consoles in June.
This revised and expanded edition is known as Doki Doki Literature Club Plus, and it’ll hit PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox, and PlayStation on June 30.
The announcement was made today at the IGN Expo at IGN Summer of Gaming, where the platform announced the game will ship with tons of new content.
‘New side stories, improved HD visuals, over 13 new music tracks, and over 100 unlockable images,’ are included in this new release, giving new players and veterans of the disturbing title a reason to jump back in (thanks, IGN).
The game has become very well-known as a disturbing and affecting story, and prompted a feature on this very site noting that video games need to take more responsibility when portraying suicide.
The expanded edition is likely to be even more intense and more difficult to swallow than the original, and if you want to really show your support to the titular afterschool club, you’ll be pleased to know there’s a premium physical edition (including a downloadable soundtrack and more) coming later this summer.
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