Atlus reveals plans to bring the enhanced version to PS4 and Vita on February 14, 2019
Atlus originally unveiled Catherine: Full Body as an enhanced version of the puzzler last December, with the USA branch following up shortly after with localization confirmation. Now, thanks to the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu magazine, we know its very appropriate Japanese release date. Vincent better practice his climbing now, because Full Body is heading to PS4 and PS Vita in Japan on February 14, 2019.
According to Famitsu, there will be both a ¥7,980 (about $72) standard edition and a ¥13,980 ($125) limited edition, the latter of which packs the game with a four-disc soundtrack, art book, and DLC set. As for the game itself, Full Body boasts over 500 stages, more than 20 new animated scenes, an Arrange Mode with new mechanics, and the ability to change Catherine's voice.
Nine additional voiceovers will be added as DLC on top of the option to choose between Catherine's main voice Miyuki Sawashiro and Mamiko Noto (Persona 3's Fuuka). The other voices have yet to be announced, but apparently they have each previously played an "adulterous lover" role.
Catherine: Full Body will be playable and will have a stage event at Tokyo Game Show 2018, and a live stream featuring the debut trailer, gameplay, and more is set for September 15 on Niconico.