PS4 Exclusive Death End re;Quest Gests New Screenshots and Information

Compile Heart shows off more of its PS4 exclusive JRPG Death End re;Quest, with a set of brand new screenshots and character artwork.

on October 16, 2017 11:04 PM

Today Compile Heart released a batch of new screenshots and artwork of its upcoming JRPG Death End re;Quest.

First of all, we meet two characters, Rin Asukaze is the secretary of the president of Studio Enigma, and she is the one who normally relays his intentions to the employees while he’s absent. Contrary to her petite appearance, she is quite mature in age. She is quiet, and never says unnecessary things.

While she is normally behind the scenes, she will suddenly appear when someone is in trouble and offer support.

Natsuo Munakata is a former employee of Agul, but now he has started his own business and works with other companies that use the Alice Code engine, including Enigma. He knows a lot and will help the hero.

Moving on to systems, we take a look at the “Flash Idea” skill system. It lets the player create different skills by combining other skills. Even at low level, it’s possible to create powerful abilities. That being said, if the level is too low, there will be cases in which players won’t have enough skill points to use them, so they need to use the system with moderation.

You can check out the screenshots below. If you want to see more, you can check out an older batch of screenshots, showing more characters and mechanics.

Death end re;Quest will release exclusively for PS4, but no release window has been announced thus far.

 /  Executive News Editor
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