Originally released in the West on the PlayStation®Vita system, Corpse Party: Blood Drive takes place two months after the events of Corpse Party: Book of Shadows, as the main protagonist, Ayumi Shinozaki, attempts to come to terms with the passing of her friends. However, when she discovers that there might be a way to bring them back with the power of the magical Book of Shadows, she returns once more to the haunted halls of Heavenly Host Elementary. The Windows PC and Nintendo SwitchTM versions of the game contain updated visuals and the Windows PC version supports resolutions up to 4K.
About Corpse Party: Blood Drive
The disturbing events that the survivors of Kisaragi Academy’s class 2-9 encountered are theirs alone to live with after the memories of those lost in the halls of Heavenly Host were wiped from the face of the Earth. Only the power contained within the pages of the Book of Shadows could reverse this miserable fate. However, Ayumi Shinozaki’s misguided attempts to employ its power during the events of Corpse Party: Book of Shadows claimed yet another victim, and the book was forever lost in the chaos. Obsessed with figuring out a way to bring her friends back, Ayumi returns to Heavenly Host after a tip leads her to believe the Book of Shadows still resides within. Will Ayumi be successful in her desperate mission to redeem her past mistakes, or will she join the ranks of lost souls claimed by the curse of Heavenly Host?
Corpse Party: Blood Drive is available digitally for Nintendo Switch and Windows PC via Steam, GOG, and the Humble Store by Humble Bundle. The title is rated “M for Mature” on the PlayStation®Vita and Nintendo Switch by the ESRB. The Windows PC version is not rated by the ESRB.