Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories Gameplay Trailer Announces April Launch
NIS of America has announced that Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories will be launching in April for PS4, PC, and Nintendo Switch.
It might feel like a long time since our interview with developer Granzella about the upcoming Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories, and it’s even longer since we learned the game would be heading West in early 2020. Well, it was only last year but time flies. The day is finally here as we have an official launch date and launch platforms for the disateriffic title.
As confirmed by the official NIS America Twitter, and through an official trailer, Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories will be launching on April 7, 2020. The game will be arriving on PC, PS4, and Nintendo Switch and will be heading to Europe, North America, and Oceania after originally being available only in Japan.
The trailer shows off gameplay with a peppering of cinematic scenes as the protagonist attempts to survive as the city around them crumbles through numerous devastating situations. Players are able to customize their protagonist’s gender, hair, and over 100 clothing items. The trailer shows the player making various choices, as well as communicating to other survivors and navigating through dangerous buildings on the verge of collapsing.
The game looks to take players through the dangerous streets, through dark underground tunnels, and on a dinghy through a flooded city. Certainly sounds like it’s a bad day for the protagonist and everyone around them.
Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories originally launched in Japan in 2018 on the PS4, and then 2019 in Japan on the Switch. The Western release is available to pre-order from the official website and comes as either a standard edition or a limited edition which includes the following.
- The base game.
- A Novelty “Emergency” Backpack
- The Official Soundtrack
- Identification Tag
- “First Aid” Collectors Box
Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories will launch on April 7, 2020, for PC, PS4, and Nintendo Switch. If you want to pre-order it on Amazon, you can do that here.
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