Happy Manager for PS4 Celebrates Release With Day One DLCs and 1080p Screenshots

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After a rather long wait and temporarily dropping PlayStation VR support, D3Publisher’s quirky apartment manager simulator Happy Manager is finally releasing in Japan tomorrow, January 11th.

In order to celebrate, the publisher is doing some healthy nickel and diming with some day one DLC packages focused on every otaku’s weak point: costumes.

Shizuka will get three outfits: “Sexy Knit” is your inevitable keyhole sweater with a generous cleavage window (coming in Black, White, and Pink), “Sports Swimwear – White” is exactly what it says on the tin, and “Private Clothes – Dark Brown” are a brown version of her usual sleeveless shirt and skirt combo.

Barbara Kristine also gets an alternate color thanks to the “Hakusaki High School Summer Uniform – Pink,” which is a pink version of her usual yellow uniform.

Lastly, Himari gets a “Room wear – Gray,” which is an alternate color of her normal outfit as well.

All sets cost 300 yen ($2.7), excluding the “Sexy Knit” set, that will cost 500 yen ($4.5). This is totally because it comes in multiple colors, and totally not because it’s the outfit everyone will want to buy.

You can check out all the outfits below in a gallery of 1080p screenshots. If you want to see more, you can also enjoy the latest feature reveal which will probably show you that keyhole sweaters are just the tip of the iceberg.

Happy Manager releases tomorrow (January 11th) in Japan exclusively for PS4. No western release has been announced for the moment.



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