Death End re:Quest Heads to Steam this Spring

Wednesday, March 13th, 2019

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Idea Factory International has announced that Death End re;Quest will be heading to Steam this Spring. I just finished a review of the game recently on the PlayStation 4, and found this to not only of their more interesting titles but very dark. The will have the same DLC as the PlayStation 4 version, except for the DLC weapons that were PlayStation Network & Physical Retail exclusives. The Swimsuit DLC will be coming on June 4, while the rest of the DLC will be out at launch. The Steam version will include Japanese and Traditional Chinese subtitles.

Death end re;Quest™ takes the classic turn-based RPG and turns it on its head, allowing you to jump at will between the RPG action of the game world, and the investigative visual novel segments of the real world. You’ll need to explore both to unearth the mysteries of the game. In the game world, you’ll fight engaging RPG battles where you can create chain reaction attacks with the right angles, and even switch game genres from RPG into fighting, shooting, slot, puzzle, and billiards! In the realm of game development, it may seem all fun and games until the lines between fantasy and reality begin to blur.

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