Bandai Namco Entertainment Asia has release two new English-subtitled trailers for the PlayStation VR game Summer Lesson, which is set to have a digital English release in Southeast Asia early this year.
The first trailer showcases the content included in what was an add-on DLC pack in Japan.
Meanwhile, the other video showcases the maid cafe DLC, along with brief glimpses at the jogging and festival fireworks DLC packs.
It’s unclear if the Southeast Asian English version of Summer Lesson will be a "complete" edition with all the DLC included or have the DLC separate and paid like in Japan.
Summer Lesson was a PS VR launch title in Japan and was first unveiled in 2014 as a project by Tekken director Katsuhiro Harada and his team. In the game, you tutor a schoolgirl named Hikari Miyamoto improve during seven days in summer.
A different Summer Lesson game was unveiled at E3 2015 as a playable tech demo featuring a young blonde American woman, who needs you to teach her Japanese (funnily enough, you help Hikari with her English in the other game).