These versions are ports of the 2020 mobile release of Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, which also came to Switch late last year.
Compared the the non-Anniversary Edition, this version comes with a new gallery mode that lets you listen to character voices, view artwork, and examine character portraits.
Furthermore, Microsoft announced that the title is part of the January 2022 Game Pass line-up for PC, Xbox One, and cloud streaming.
It’s a little odd to only release the first game when all three mainline titles (and an additional spin-off) made it to Switch all at once. Perhaps more Danganronpa games will come to Xbox during 2022, though no plans for further ports have been announced at this time.
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