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Catherine: Full Body First Trailer Teases Rin, Release Date Schedule for Winter 2018

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Atlus has shown the first trailer for Catherine: Full Body for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita. It is confirmed that the game will arrive, at least to Japan, next winter in 2018.

A few days ago Atlus announced Catherine: Full Body, a PS4 and PS Vita version of the curious puzzle game that they released on PS3. This new Catherine for PS4 and PS Vita is not about remastered or neither it is a remake. In fact, the title includes a third female character named Rin that will add more troubles in the life of poor Vincent Brooks.

Therefore, the plot will be further complicated because Vincent will have to deal with both Catherine and the seductive Katherine. In addition, the game will include a new song, new events, new anime scenes and new endings, so the experience promises to be full of surprises even for those who already enjoyed the original game.

On the other hand, Atlus promises new configuration options so that users can make adjustments and enjoy the difficulty and style of the game they want. And if that was not enough, the game will have competitive online features and cross-save match between PS4 and PS Vita.

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 thing does not end there because this new trailer also gives two clues about the release date of Catherine: Full Body that will be coming next winter in 2018.

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For now, while we wait to learn more about this new version of the title that will be directed by Katsura Hashino, we leave you with the new trailer of Catherine below to give you an idea of what awaits us in Catherine: Full Body, the new version of this controversial game that mixes puzzles, horror and eroticism.

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