Mages has announced Steins;Gate 0 Elite, the follow-up to Steins;GateSteins;Gate Elite received a similar treatment, being fully animated, and released last year. A release date has not been announced for the game’s follow-up nor have any platforms been announced. If Steins;Gate Elite is anything to go on, the game will be released for both the PlayStation 4 and the Nintendo SwitchSteins;Gate Elite featured fully animated sequences taken from the anime series, along with brand new animated footage developed by White Fox, the studio behind the anime series.

It will be interesting to see how they handle Steins;Gate 0 Elite, considering the anime series converged the two main routes and a lot of moments were left out of the series. It will take a considerable amount of brand new animation in order to bring Steins;Gate 0 to life, but there is no doubt that White Fox is up to the challenge. Many consider Steins;Gate 0 superior to the original, and I have to say, the two are neck-and-neck. Steins;Gate 0 is much darker and it will be interesting to see how the animation is handled in 0 Elite. If the first game is anything to go on though, there’s no doubt in my mind that it will be a rousing success.

Steins;Gate 0 Elite Announced

Steins;Gate is one of the greatest stories of our time. Steins;Gate 0 deals with some very serious themes, such as depression, PTSD, and the like. It’s a story of a broken man who is trying to put himself back together. It would be best described as a “midquel” instead of a sequel. It ties up the story of Steins;Gate perfectly though. The fact that it’s getting the same treatment that Steins;Gate received is both refreshing and fantastic for gamers and those with a passion for storytelling alike. If Steins;Gate Elite is anything to go on, Steins;Gate Elite 0 will be a masterpiece as its predecessor was.

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