Visual novel format ‘Necrobarista’ game to launch in PC this month

 Necrobarista, a 3D visual novel about serving coffee, meeting ghosts, and playing with knives, all the way back in 2017. A couple of years later a release date was set, although shortly after that it was delayed “slightly” so developer Route 59 Games could do a little more work on it. The process ended up taking a lot longer than expected, but the studio announced today that Necrobarista will arrive on 22 July .A new trailer has been released today to celebrate the game’s launch on Steam next week.

Follow a dynamic and diverse cast of characters as they navigate Melbourne’s hipstery coffee culture, the questionable ethics of necromancy, and the process of letting go.

Stylized, fully 3D cinematic presentation that draws from anime aesthetics.
Soundtrack by Kevin Penkin, BAFTA-nominated composer for Florence, Made in Abyss, and Norn9.Delve into the world of the Terminal and fantasy Melbourne through free-roaming first-person scenes.Featuring goon-sack robots, alchemical coffee, and Australian folk hero Ned Kelly.Support for fourteen languages, including Korean, Arabic, and Russian.

Necrobarista is an extra-caffeinated blend of our love for games, anime, and our hometown. The resulting brew is something uniquely Australian and we’re thrilled to finally serve up our magical world and immerse everyone in coffee puns when the game launches on Steam for PC next week,” said Route 59 Games lead designer Kevin Chen.

Necrobarista will be available for $19.99 and you can wishlist it now on Steam