It appears that Hyperdimension Neptinua’s strategy role-playing spin-off Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart will also be getting a PC release in the future, according to an ESRB listing.
The game has only been officially announced for PlayStation Vita, but the ESRB now also carries a rating for Windows PC. Previously Idea Factory has confirmed PC releases for two other Hyperdimension titles: Re;Birth1 and Re;Birth2: Sister’s Generation. With the former being made available late last month.
The game stars the four main CPUs—Noire, Neptune, Vert, and Blanc—but unlike previous entries in the franchise that were set in Gamindustri, Hyperdevotion Noire is set in within a similar, but separate, world known as “Gamarket.”
“The CPUs of each of the four nations are locked in heated battle against one another for dominion over this world,” the official description reads. “Just as Noire is one step away from complete domination, the CPUs are suddenly robbed of their powers by an unknown force. Now in order to save the world from destruction, the four CPUs must unite Gamarket and defeat the onslaught!”
The Vita version will be available from February 24 in North America and February 27 in Europe.