Disgaea 5 Complete for PC Delayed to Summer by NIS America; Demo Disabled

NIS America ran into a relevant issue with Disgaea 5 Complete for PC, causing a delay of the Steam launch from May to the coming Summer.

on May 2, 2018 8:51 PM

If you were eagerly waiting to play Disgaea 5 Complete on PC, looks like you’ll have to wait longer. Today NIS Amerca reached out with a press release to announce that the release has been delayed.

To be more precise, the delay pushes the game back from the original May release to Summer 2018. There is no information for now on a firm release date.

The announcement mentions that the team found out an issue yesterday night that will take time to solve, causing the delay. On top of that, all the demo keys that have already been distributed have been disabled. A new demo will be distributed (requiring new keys) when the issue is solved.

To those who already pre-purchased the game, refunds will be available via the usual Steam feature.

The press release also included a message from NIS America Chief Operating Officer Mitsuharu Hiraoka:

“We thank you all for the support we have been given while we have been working towards the release of Disgaea 5 Complete for PC, and we wish to show our gratitude by providing our fans with the best quality game on the PC platform. We hope that you continue to look forward to this release as we proceed to work tirelessly to correct this issue.”

If you want to learn more about the game, you can check out our review of the original PS4 version, and the one for Disgaea 5 Complete on the Switch.

 /  Executive News Editor
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