Eve: Rebirth Terror, a sequel to the 1995 visual novel Eve: Burst Error, was revealed in the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu, for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.

The sequel’s story takes place roughly a year after the Burst Error incident and will be developed from the perspectives of Kojirou Amagi and Marina Houjo, the returning protagonists of the original title.

Eve: Rebirth Terror

A remake of the original, Eve: Burst Error, titled Eve: Burst Error R, was released back in 2016 for the PlayStation Vita and PC. It was released once more this year for the Nintendo Switch as a digital only title. 

Update: More information about the game’s story has been made available:

Story Summary

One year since the Burst Error incident. Memories of the terrible tragedy faded and the world was once again at peace. The same was true for Kojirou Amagi and Marina Houjou. In their daily mundane, the pair continued to serve their roles and pursue various incidents. However, when their paths unexpectedly cross, fate once again pins them against a new tragedy…

Kojirou Amagi’s Story

The Amagi Detective Agency is still as unpopular as ever. Kojirou, who has worked simple cases thanks to his excellent assistant Kato and has not had trouble making a living, passes each day in tedium. Then one day, a request comes in for Kojirouto investigate the case of a missing teacher at Yale International Academy, a school that he is strongly connected to. Kojirou accepts the request to investigate this case, which gives off the restless feeling he has long been without…

Marina Houjou’s Story

Marina, the legendary agent who once boasted a 99 percent work success rate. However, due to a setback in a certain case, she stepped back from her work, and is currently burned out and on leave. One day, Yayoi asks that she look after a boy who snuck into the office. At the same time, she hears that countless hitmen from overseas are gathering in Japan…

Eve: Rebirth Terror is set to be released next year in Japan by publisher El Dia.

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