Atlus’ tale of romance, betrayal, and terror for Catherine: Full Body is being turned into a manga.
During the launch live stream to celebrate the Japanese release for Catherine: Full Body, an official manga adaptation for the remake was announced by Atlus. The announcement was followed up by Studio Zero on Twitter, where it was confirmed the serialisation will be available to read through the Manga Jam app starting from White Day (March 14).
— 『キャサリン・フルボディ』公式 (@stud_zero) February 12, 2019
The author is romance manga illustrator Konya Ro Jiko, and it will be distributed by Shodensha. Catherine: Full Body’s story is a director’s cut extension of the original released back in 2011 on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. It sees the addition of the seemingly innocent and sweet Rin who – if you’re not sensitive to major spoilers – has a shocking secret you can find out about here.
Catherine: Full Body launches on Valentine’s Day in Japan, and April 25 in Korea and China. There’s no news of an official western release date as of yet, but hopefully it’ll be revealed at Sega Fes 2019.
In other Catherine: Full Body news, Atlus has made the remake extremely easy to complete in an effort to appeal to the mainstream audiences that don’t like using their brain to complete puzzles.