‘Doki Doki Literature Club Plus’ gets physical Switch release



Salvato / Serenity Forge Team

PQube, Developer Salvato team, and editor and co-developer Forge of Serenity delivered romance, poetry and an absolutely terrifying package to fans with Doki Literature Club Doki Plus, finally available in physical version on Nintendo Switch. Sayori, Natsuki, Yuri and Monika are waiting for you …

The game puts players in the shoes of a student who joins his school’s literature club at the behest of his childhood friend Sayori, and meets other members Natsuki, Yuri and club president Monika. Soon the player begins to write poems and connects with the other members – is romance in the air? Hailed by thousands as one of the most disturbing games of a generation, it is the ultimate psychological horror storytelling experience.

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Characteristics:

  • 6 new side stories about friendship and literature, totaling hours of new content
  • Over 100 unlockable images, including new in-game artwork, wallpapers, never-before-seen concept sketches and more
  • 26 music tracks in total, including 13 all new unlockable songs by Nikki Kaelar, plus special guests Jason Hayes and Azuria Sky
  • An integrated Doki Doki Literature Club music player to relax with your favorite songs in a personalized playlist, or loop a single track forever

Each copy includes:

  • Physical copy of Nintendo Switch game
  • Inside cover of the poetry book
  • 2 ″ Standing characters – Clipboard set of 4 characters
  • Full Original Soundtrack Download Code – Printed on a floppy disk shaped sheet
  • Vinyl Sticker Sheet – Set of 17 Stickers
  • Doki Doki Literature Club Membership card
  • A special poem written by Monika

Originally released for free on PC in 2017, and as an extended digital edition earlier in 2021, Doki Literature Club Doki Plus is filled with hours of parallel stories that expand the world of Okay, exploring themes and ideas that will give players a deeper understanding and sense of connection with each character and their individual relationships with each other.


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Originally from the rainy northwest of England, Phil is an actor, designer and writer while also working as a Casting Booker for the film and television industries. He doesn’t sleep much. From 2008, he wrote and edited for Hub Magazine, the British Fantasy Society (website and periodicals) and Gameronomy. Phil was also president of the British Fantasy Society from 2014 to 2018. He can be heard telling stories on the Cast of Wonders & Pseudopod podcasts and was once a teabag in an advertisement for Yorkshire Tea, but having an entry on the Star Wars Wookiepedia is still one of his greatest accomplishments.


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