God Eater 3 PS4 Demo Released; Playable Only Until October 21st

Bandai Namco released a demo of God Eater 3 for PS4 on the Japanese PlayStation Store, but it will be playable only for a limited time.

on October 12, 2018 2:22 AM

If you want to try out a demo of the brand new God Eater 3, this is your chance.

Bandai Namco Entertainment Japan released an “Action Trial” demo of the game on the Japanese PlayStation Store. It can be downloaded here, in exchange for 5.5 gigabytes of your bandwidth.

The caveat is that the demo will only be playable until October 21st, at 23:59 Japan Time, then it’ll become a useless paperweight on your hard-drive. If you want to try it out, you gotta hurry.

As usual, in order to download and install the demo, you’ll need a Japanese PlayStation Network account, once installed, you can play it on any PSN account on your PS4, as long as the console is set as primary.

You can check out a few screenshots of the demo in the gallery below. If you want to see more, you can also enjoy the previous batch of screenshots, a glimpse at the opening cutscenetons of gameplay recently-recorded by yours trulythe latest trailer, and another gallery of direct-feed screenshots.

God Eater 3 will release for PS4 and PC in Japan on December 13th, 2018. Western gamers will have to wait for next year. The PS4 version can be pre-ordered via Amazon.


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