Now titled Tsukihime: A Piece of Blue Glass Moon, it’ll be available on the PS4 and Switch during Summer 2021. With no PC release planned, it’s likely that many of the remake’s routes will stick closer to the all ages version of the original — though additional content and scenario changes are planned for this release either way.
While this is something worth celebrating, it’s worth mentioning that the chances of this being localised in English aren’t particularly high. Despite the popularity of Type-Moon’s releases, the only ones that have made their way to the West have ended up being spin-off games like Fate/Extra and Grand Order.
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