New Batch Of Screenshots of Characters & Dialogue For Death end re;Quest

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019

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Death end re;Quest - Key Art

Idea Factory International has recently released a new batch of characters + dialogue screenshots for the upcoming PlayStation 4 release of Death end re;Quest. The game is set to release in North America on February 19, 2019 and in Europe on February 22, 2019.

On top of the new screenshot batch, there is also a new website update introducing the Strain Area – a mysterious location in World’s Odyssey that is home to the mysterious beings known as Ludens:

  • Alice – She is the Agent of Desire, who often speaks for the rest of the Ludens. Her peaceful demeanor might trick you into thinking she’s approachable, but she has a tendency to look down upon others.
  • Ripuka – She is obsessed with murders and massacres. Her desires to kill inspires her to commit unfathomable atrocities.
  • Nova – She is the Agent of Wrath. Her aggressive front makes her difficult to reason with. She is a masochist, deriving enjoyment from the inflicting of pain.
  • Levin – He is the Agent of Fear, and is the only male amongst the Ludens.

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