NGPX: Death end re;Quest Announced for Nintendo Switch

Thursday, March 4th, 2021

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Death end re;Quest | Ripuka

During today’s New Game Plus Expo stream, Death end re;Quest was announced for Nintendo Switch. The game is already out for PC and PS4, but Nintendo Switch fans will finally get to check it out later this year, on April 27th. Enjoy the teaser trailer down below.

About the Game

In this JRPG/visual novel, video game programmer Arata receives an email from his missing colleague Shina and soon discovers she’s trapped as the only player in the virtual video game world they created – World’s Odyssey (W.O.D.). Trapped between the real world and virtual reality, what really happens when it’s Game Over?

Jump between realities at will, with visual novel-style investigation in the real world and RPG dungeon exploration and battles in the in-game world.
Use your programming skills to hack into battles, changing the gameplay from turn-based combat to Fighting, Puzzle, Shooter, and more!
The Switch version of the game includes all previously-released DLC of the original, including weapons, costumes, quests, and the playable character Ripuka.

For more information about Death end re;Quest, visit the game’s official website.

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