The Caligula Effect 2 Now Available on PlayStation 5

The world of FURYU and NIS America’s RPG The Caligula Effect 2 is now available in the US on the PlayStation 5.

Previously released for platforms like Steam back in June of this year, The Caligula Effect 2 tells of a dull world with no regrets known as Redo. However, there’s quite the perk in this area – anyone that desires to do so can experience their life redone.

One again featuring the members of the Go-Home Club, each of The Caligula Effect 2’s members make an appearance as their “redone” forms. As part of this form, they outwardly display manifestations of past regrets that have been undone. Along the way, players will be able to use the WIRE communication platform to discuss club goals and even ask allies questions on its private chat setting.

Featuring a turn-based system, this RPG will let players peer into the future to see if actions are successfully executed. As an added perk, certain conditions will trigger a χ-Jack. This allows χ’s singing voice to hijack the battlefield and power up the party members of the Go-Home Club.

Learn more with the PlayStation 5 launch trailer for the game below:

The Caligula Effect 2 – Launch Trailer (PS5)

The Caligula Effect 2 will also come out in EU territories on October 20, and in the ANZ region on October 27.

Source: Press Release
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