Publisher announced. It will support English, Japanese, German, Spanish, and Portuguese subtitle options.
In Japan, where the game is currently available for Switch, the initial PlayStation 4 release will be digital-only, but a physical edition is also planned. Further information regarding the physical release will follow at a later date.
It is currently unknown whether a physical edition is planned for release in the west.
Developed by the studio behind the Boku no Natsuyasumi series, Shin-chan: Me and the Professor on Summer Vacation – The Endless Seven-Day Journey first launched for Switch on July 15, 2021 in Japan and May 4, 2022 in Asia, and has since surpassed 400,000 combined shipments and digital sales.
Here is an overview of the game, via its official website:
Hiroshi has to go on a business trip to Kyushu, so now the entire Nohara family has decided to stay with an childhood friend of Misae’s in Assou, Kumamoto.
But when they arrive at Kumamoto Station on their way to Assou, they meet a strange man who offers them an even stranger camera on the condition that they’ll act as his witnesses…
With his new camera in hand, Shinnosuke can enjoy his summer vacation in the beautiful Assou fields and mountains to the fullest. The scenery is even crawling with creatures that he would never find in Kasukabe. And there are townspeople to help and new friends to make.
That said… don’t these kids look an awful lot like the ones he knows from home?
One cool summer night, Shinnosuke witnesses a giant creature outlined against the light of a full Shin-chan: Me and the Professor on Summer Vacation – The Endless Seven-Day