Spike Chunsoft has released a trailer for their double pack of Robotics;Notes Elite and DaSH, following a press release. The game will come out on October 13 in North America and will be releasing on the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 platforms. The game boasts over 60 hours of gameplay between DaSH and Elite, and like every great visual novel, has a number of branching storylines, giving the game almost infinite replayability. From the press release:

In ROBOTICS;NOTES ELITE, play as Kaito Yashio, one of the last two members of Central Tanegashima High’s Robot Research Club. He kicks back and relaxes as his counterpart, the reckless club leader Akiho Senomiya, strives to complete their giant robot in order to keep the club from being disbanded. But Kaito’s days of relaxation end with the discovery of the mysterious Kimijima Report. It contains instructions involving locations all across the island—and warns of a conspiracy targeting the entire world.

In ROBOTICS;NOTES DaSH, the island of Tanegashima is preparing for the Summer Festival. Through Nae Tennouji, an acquaintance from JAXA, Kaito Yashio is introduced to Itaru Hashida from the STEINS;GATE series. Itaru claims to be taking a tour of the island, but as time goes on he starts acting rather strangely… Meanwhile, unsettling incidents begin to occur all around them; harbingers of an event that will again plunge the world into chaos.

Again, Robotics;Notes Double Pack will be releasing in North America on October 13 and will be coming out for the PlayStation 4 and the Nintendo Switch. We cannot wait!

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