Master Detective Archives: RAIN CODE Plus launches in October for the west

Master Detective Archives: RAIN CODE Plus

Publisher Spike Chunsoft and developer Too Kyo Games have fully revealed Master Detective Archives: RAIN CODE Plus, their new port for non-Switch platforms this year.

The new PC (via Steam), Xbox Series X|S, and PlayStation 5 ports are coming on July 18th in Japan and on October 1st in the west. Fans can expect the new ports to support 4K resolutions, a new gallery mode, and all of the DLC from the Switch version.

Master Detective Archives: RAIN CODE was launched back in June 2023 for Nintendo Switch – check out our review here!

Here’s a rundown on the game, plus a new trailer:

In this lucid-noir detective adventure, Yuma Kokohead, an amnesiac detective-in-training, and Shinigami, the spirit haunting him, tackle unsolved mysteries in a strange city caged by unending rain. Originally released as Master Detective Archives: RAIN CODE for Nintendo Switch in June 2023 to high praise, Master Detective Archives: RAIN CODE Plus includes enhancements and additional features for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and Steam.

“Plus” Features

New “Plus” enhancements and additional features include the following.

  • 4K Compatability – Experience the neon-lit streets of Kanai Ward and the strange atmosphere of the Mystery Labyrinth in stunning detail with upgraded shading, textures, and graphics in 4K resolution.
  • Reduced Loading Times – Loading times have been significantly reduced so you can stay immersed in the story.
  • Includes Five Substories – Includes all previously released DLC from the Nintendo Switch version. Play through all 5 substories featuring different Master Detectives.


  • Ch. Desuhiko: Charisma Killed the Cat
  • Ch. Fubuki: Fubuki’s Luckiest Day
  • Ch. Halara: Raining Cats & Dog
  • Ch. Vivia: The Near-Death Detective
  • Ch. Yakou: Thank You, My Detective

Gallery Mode Added

The new Gallery Mode allows you to revisit cinematics and BGM that you’ve unlocked in-game. You can watch your favorite scenes as many times as you’d like.

English Trailer

Japanese Trailer

, ,


Owner and Publisher at Niche Gamer and Nicchiban. Outlaw fighting for a better game industry.

Where'd our comments go? Subscribe to become a member to get commenting access and true free speech!