Laid-Back Camp -Virtual- Fumoto Campsite launches April 8

The second short adventure game for Laid-Back Camp.

Laid-Back Camp -Virtual- Fumoto Campsite

Laid-Back Camp -Virtual- Fumoto Campsite will launch for PlayStation 4, Switch, PC via Steam, iOS, and Android on April 8 for $20.85, developer Gemdrops announced. It will feature Japanese audio, and Japanese, English, Chinese (Traditional and Simplified), Korean, and French text support.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

Experience Laid-Back Camp in 3D!

Together, Rin (you!) and Nadeshiko embark on a new camping adventure at the Fumoto Campsite, taking pictures and trying lots of delicious food.

About the Game

Nadeshiko, Rin, and company encounter a variety of unique situations. Join them in virtual reality for a short adventure game (each version is about the length of an anime episode), where the fully voiced characters and vibrant scenery will make you feel like you’re really there!


  • Nadeshiko Kagamihara (Yumiri Hanamori)
  • Rin Shima (Nao Toyama)
  • Chiaki Ogaki (Sayuri Hara)
  • Aoi Inuyama (Aki Toyosaki)
  • Ena Saito (Rie Takahashi)
  • Narration by Akio Otsuka

*Content in this game varies from that of Laid-Back Camp -Virtual- Lake Motosu.

This game is designed for use with virtual reality headset equipment, but can also be played without it.

Laid-Back Camp -Virtual- Fumoto Campsite follows last month’s release of Laid-Back Camp -Virtual- Lake Motosu, which is also available for PlayStation 4, Switch, PC via Steam, iOS, and Android.

Watch a new trailer below.

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