PS4 Exclusive Death End Re;Quest Gets New Trailer and Gameplay Aplenty

Compile Heart shows off more gameplay and a brand new trailer of its JRPG Death End Re;Quest that is coming to the PS4 in Japan in April.

on February 22, 2018 12:24 PM

After trolling us all with the countdown site that turned out to be for a Death End Re;Quest event in which Compile Heart provided promotional tissues in Akihabara, today they released a brand new trailer and more gameplay.

The trailer, that includes a cutscene, a behind-the-scenes making-of, and a message from Compile Heart President Norihisa Kochiwa himself, is actually the same that was linked by the QR Code included in the tissues.

The video provides another extensive look at gameplay, showing battle with Shiina and Lily, and some of the more advanced elements of the combat system in action.

There is a whole lot to see, and you can check both out below. If you want to see more, you can enjoy the previous video from yesterdayanother from the day before, a trailer focusing on battle mechanics,another trailer showing more of the battle systemsome recent screenshotsthe charming opening cutscene, another gameplay trailer an additional trailer showing more gameplay, a batch of artwork featuring the game’s waifus and their sexy glitch style, a gallery of screenshots showing more characters and mechanics, an older batch of screenshots with the same focus, and even more images.

Death end re;Quest was supposed to hit the shelves in Japan exclusively for PS4 on March 1st, but we recently heard of a delay to April 12th. No western release has been announced for the moment, and we’ll have to see if Idea Factory International will pick this up.


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