Senran Kagura: Estival Versus Heads To Steam This March; Modders Are Ready
(Last Updated On: February 14, 2017)

PC gamers in need of some bouncy, hardcore, beat-’em-up action that only Marvelous and XSeed Games can provide won’t have to wait long, because Senran Kagura: Estival Versus will land on PC this March.

As reported by Niche Gamer, the game will appear on Steam for PC users and it will feature all of the previously released DLC, including the Battle Vixens pack containing the Ikkitousen characters, along with Sun Ce, Lu Bu and Guan Yu.

Senran Kagura: Estival Versus came out last year for the PS4 and PS Vita, the game added new playable characters, new stages and new ways to disrobe and de-cloth the kunoichi and all new humiliating sequences involving the girls naughty bits being exposed (although conveniently censored, too).

On PC, you can bet your bottom dollar that modders are already prepping the tools, readying the textures and gearing up to lay down the foundations of the nude mods that will wash over the land like birds covering the sky while flying south for the winter.

It didn’t take modders but a hop, skip and a jump to not only remove the light censors from Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus last summer, but they didn’t stop there. The modders took it a step further and added some very detailed textures to the girls to make Senran Kagura that much more naughty than it already was.

The upcoming Senran Kagura: Estival Versus will contain 25 playable characters, up to 10 player online competitive modes, along with Steam achievements and trading cards.

Marvelous Entertainment, Tamsoft and XSeed Games have been on a roll lately making the ports available on PC without censoring the crap out of the games. They’ve been quite successful as well, moving close to 80,000 units on Steam, according to Steam Spy.

We’ll see if they can get past the 100,000 mark with the upcoming March release of Senran Kagura: Estival Versus on PC.


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