Princess Maker 2 Regeneration postponed due to quality issues, rescheduled release for next year

Unfortunately, not every day is good, and now, we have a new delay.

Bliss Brain has announced a delay in the release of Princess Maker 2 Regeneration, shifting the anticipated launch from December 21, 2023, to May 30, 2024. The developer attributed the delay to a commitment to enhancing the game’s quality further.

This eagerly awaited title will be accessible on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC via Steam, featuring multilingual support in English, Japanese, Korean, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese.

Princess Maker 2 Regeneration, a childrearing simulation game, immerses players in the role of a father to a daughter bestowed upon them by the stars. The gameplay spans eight years, from the child’s age of ten to adulthood at eighteen, allowing for a unique parenting experience.

The central objective is to guide the girl towards her dream of becoming a princess, yet the journey unfolds based on the player’s choices, offering diverse opportunities depending on the upbringing. With a focus on social simulation, constant awareness of the daughter’s status is vital for effective parenting.

In Princess Maker 2 Regeneration, the developer introduces enhanced features, ensuring that parameters assessing the daughter’s status are readily available. This allows players to effortlessly monitor and strategize for the child’s future, making critical decisions that will shape her destiny.

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