LOOPERS is coming to PS4 on February 16, 2023

LOOPERS is coming to PS4 on February 16, 2023

PROTOTYPE will come out a PlayStation 4 Key-developed version visual novel Loopers on February 16, 2023 worldwide, the publisher announced in the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu. It will cost 3,520 yen

Loopers first launched on PC on May 28, 2021 in Japan, followed by iOS via App store and Android via google play on July 20, 2021. A Switch version, also published by PROTOTYPE, launched on June 2, 2022 worldwide with support for English, Japanese, and Simplified Chinese text.

Here’s a preview of the game, via PROTOTYPE:


Loopers is a sci-fi story told through the gripping writing of Ryukishi07 and the compelling visuals of Kei Mochizuki. Follow a group of young people as they attempt to escape from a world they will relive over and over again on August 1st. Enjoy a visual novel so full of friendship, love, madness, laughter and emotion that it will take your breath away!

Supports three languages

Text can be set to Japanese, English, or Simplified Chinese (sound is Japanese only). This includes in-game text, options, and the digital manual. Language settings can be changed at any time.


Tyler is a high school student who has only one thing in mind: geohunting (GPS-assisted treasure hunt). One day, while engrossed in a hunt during summer vacation, he and his friends find themselves embroiled in a mysterious phenomenon.

Fantasy and real life intertwine. Is it the past or the present? Is this reality… or madness?

Sucked into an anomaly known as the Time Spiral, Tyler and his friends are forced to relive the same day over and over again.

They soon encounter others stuck in the same cycle. With the leader Simon and the mysterious Mia, this group is called the Loopers.

Will Tyler and the others find a way out, or are they doomed to stay in this endless loop forever?

(There are no choice-based story branching elements in this game.)

Voice cast

  • Mia (voiced by Sayaka Kaneko)
  • Tyler (voiced by Tomohito Takatsuka)
  • Hilda (voice of Hiyori Kono)
  • Leona (voiced by Shiori Izawa)
  • Simon (voiced by Ryohei Kimura)
  • Joe (voiced by Yosuke Eto)
  • Holly (voice of Hina Kino)
  • Ritapon (voiced by Anna Yamaki)

Thanks, Ryokutya2089.

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