Kodoani.com – Shiravune officially announced on Wednesday that the game “Dungeon Travelers: To Heart 2 in Another World” by AQUAPLUS will be available on the PC platform via Steam in English, for the first time on February 15. This PC version will have improved graphics and custom controls compared to the original version.
The game’s Steam page describes the plot as follows:
When Takaaki opened his eyes, the space before him was like a mysterious illusion, where everything was not like the world he knew. His friends, Konomi and Tamaki, are equipped with majestic armor and weapons, while he also finds himself wearing impractical outfits.
Ma-ryan’s full-body role-playing game took them to a whole new world where all conditions were acceptable, and even unrealistic possibilities became real. Takaaki and his teammates embark on a journey against unforeseen challenges, immersing themselves in an adventure full of hidden corners and surprises.
In this world, the question of how to get out of the game becomes more important than ever. A rumor of a god deep in the dungeon appears, and this could be the key to rescuing them. However, the problem is who is this god and can we trust it to return home?
They must face monsters, solve difficult puzzles and work closely to overcome all challenges. Can Takaaki and his team decode the secrets of this world and find a way to escape this strange game? This can only be known when they open the secret doors and explore deeper into this new world.
The announcement comes after Steam canceled the release of the sequel games, “Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library & Monster Seal” and “Dungeon Travelers 2-2: The Fallen Maidens & the Book of Beginnings,” at the beginning this year. These games are still available on Johren and were released on June 9.
“Dungeon Travelers: To Heart 2 in Another World” is the first game in the Dungeon Travelers series and features characters from To Heart 2. AQUAPLUS published a dungeon RPG spin-off based on the visual series novel ToHeart2 for PlayStation Portable in 2011 and PS Vita in 2015. The first game was inspired by an original video anime (OVA) in 2012.