UPDATE: Otome Visual Novel ‘Jack Jeanne’ Launching for Switch June 2023; Bronze, Silver & Gold Limited Editions Announced
Publisher Aksys Games has announced that their upcoming otome title, Jack Jeanne, will launch Westward for Nintendo Switch in June 2023. The previously stated release window was simply Summer 2023.
Additionally, the European branch of Aksys has revealed that the game will receive bronze, silver, and gold limited editions. Pre-orders from their storefront will be available on the EU and UK digital storefronts on November 11, 2022, at 12 PM GMT/ 8 AM ET/ 5 AM ET. No word regarding the American Aksys branch has been provided.
UPDATE: Aksys US has the standard game available for pre-order alongside its three limited editions.
The Bronze Edition costs $99.99 and includes the following:
- Oversized 7.25″ x 10.25″ hardcover art book
- 22″ bandana/scarf with class insignias
- Set of five (5) enamel pins with butterfly clutch back
- 5.5″ h x 3.5″ w x 2.5″ d diorama with 3 layers
The Silver Edition costs $119.99 and includes the Bronze edition contents as well as:
- An Exclusive convertible black pouch – 5″ x 7″ x 2″ with the Jack Jeanne Logo. Only while supplies last.
The Gold Edition costs $139.99 and includes all of the aforementioned contents as well as:
- An exclusive 100% unisex cotton T-shirt with Kisa artwork.
The announcement tweet detailing the updated release window and the limited edition is viewable below:
#JackJeanne is coming to Switch in June 2023!
Bronze, Silver & Gold Limited Editions will be available to pre-order on the Aksys UK & EU Online Stores on 11/11/22 at 12PM GMT!
Will Kisa be able to compete against her classmates and win the lead role in the final performance? pic.twitter.com/eAsxdxtz8l
— Aksys EU Store (@aksyseustore) November 3, 2022
We’ll be sure to keep you all updated on this upcoming Otome’s localized release, its limited editions, and comments from the American branch of Aksys.
In Jack Jeanne, aspiring actress Kisa is given a chance to attend the famous All Boys Drama School, so long as she hides the fact that she’s a female and gets the lead role in the final performance of the year. These will undoubtedly be challenging tasks, but maybe Kisa will learn more about herself and those she befriends during this time of profound internal strife.
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