September 2016 saw HTC Vive, Square Enix and Gree Co announce Kai-ri-Sei Million Arthur VR at theTokyo Game Show (TGS). Now the virtual reality (VR) title has launched on the head-mounted display (HMD) in Japan for 3,980 yen on Steam.
As Gematsu reports, the Japanese Steam page is region locked, so there’s no accessing the title for western HTC Vive owners who might want to get their hands on it – although some inventive soul will likely find a way round if no wider release happens.
Kai-ri-Sei Million Arthur VR has its own unique storyline and content based around the original free-to-play card battle title found on smartphones, PlayStation 4, and PS Vita. The most recent trailer was released in April, completely in Japanese but it did highlight more of the videogames’ characters and enemies such as Mercenary Arthur, Thief Arthur, Millionaire Arthur, and Diva Arthur, alongside customisation options.
Or checkout some gameplay footage below that a player uploaded earlier today. If Kai-ri-Sei Million Arthur VR does eventually receive a wider release VRFocus will let you know.