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Steins;Gate Elite released, contains exclusive content for each platform and fully animated scenes

To celebrate nearly ten years since its initial debut, Spike Chunsoft today released Steins;Gate Elite, the ultimate version of the popular visual novel completely animated with new scenes not shown in the 2011 anime. In addition, anyone that purchases the game on Nintendo Switch will receive 8-bit ADV Steins;Gate while PlayStation 4 and Steam players will receive an HD remaster of Steins;Gate: Linear Bounded Phenogram.

STEINS;GATE ELITE is a fully remastered title with animated scenes from the anime, creating a brand-new, immersive experience. Follow a group of young, tech-savvy Lab Members who discover the means of changing the past by using e-mail and a modified microwave. Their experiment to push the boundaries of time spirals out of control as they become entangled in a conspiracy surrounding SERN, the organization behind the Large Hadron Collider, and John Titor, who claims to be from a dystopian future.

The complete new title, 8-bit ADV Steins;Gate will tell give the excitement of Steins;Gate a retro makeover. Players assume the role of Okabe as they explore an 8-bit version of Akihabara. This experience is only available on Nintendo Switch.

PlayStation 4 and Steam players will receive an HD remaster of Steins;Gate Linear Bounded Phenogram, which tells a story for each lab member. This is the first time this title is available in the West.

To celebrate the launch, Spike Chunsoft is having a special stream on their Twitch channel tonight at 6PM PST. The stream will be available to view here.

Steins;Gate Elite is available now on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC via Steam for $59.99. For the launch week, Steam players can purchase the game for 10% off with an additional 10% offered to anyone that owns both Steins;Gate and Steins;Gate 0. For more information, visit the official website.

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  1. Been thinking about pulling the trigger on some version of this for some time now. :thinking:

  2. Same here. I started the anime years ago and liked it but never committed to getting farther than 3 episodes. This might be a good chance to finally get through the whole story…

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