The official Omori Twitter account has announced that a manga adaption of the game is in the works. No specific date for this series was stated, but it’s said to be intended for both longtime fans of the game and newcomers.
You can view the announcement message and image below:
“an OMORI manga adaption will be serialized in Kodansha’s seinen magazine, Monthly Afternoon, illustrated by Nui Konoito-san [此糸 縫（このいと ぬい）]. the manga will be made for both longtime fans of the game and for a new audience experiencing the story for the first time.”
We’ll keep you all updated on this manga’s eventual release.
Omori is a Kickstarter title that reached several of its goals and has been praised by excited fans. The title is a surreal psychological horror RPGmaker game where players travel between two worlds that both conceal the same secrets. It is not for the faint of heart, as it tackles heavy subject matter and produces disturbing imagery.
Players will have to uncover the traumatic lives of the varied cast, their histories with one another, and how they can potentially accept their grief and move on.
Omori is currently available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch.
If you missed it, check out our review of this game’s initial launch.
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