New Death end re;Quest 2 Details and Opening Movie Unveiled

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Idea Factory has released two new bits of news relating to the horror-inspired RPG, Death end re;Quest 2. Firstly, they have released the opening movie trailer for the game, which you can see below. It gives a peek into Mai Toyama’s upcoming journey. As she tries to escape from her own traumatic past, she collides with a mysterious town called Le Choara. As she searches for her sister Sanae there, many secrets will be discovered. Along the way, strange monsters, an unknown religion, and the deaths of innocent victims will also cross her path. She might even encounter a familiar face or two. Here is the opening movie trailer:

 

Idea Factory has also announced that Death end re;Quest 2‘s gameplay is divided between day and night. In the light of day, Mai can visit the all-girls Wordsworth dormitory where she has enrolled, talk to townspeople for clues, and explore the mysterious town of Le Choara. As the sun prepares to set, the town transforms into a haunted shell of its former self. Mai will have to venture out during both the comforting light of day, and the unnerving shadows of night to uncover the horrific secrets that lay hidden in the strange, secluded town. At night, the streets are full of Shadow Matter, a group of terrible, imposing creatures. Can she stay alive and sane long enough to find her younger sister Sanae, or will death claim her before she succeeds?

In Death end re;Quest 2, characters can stack damage beyond the health of an enemy to get bonus experience points. Thanks to this overkill system, it is a good idea to deal as much pain to your enemies as possible to get bigger rewards. The press release also says that the knockback system is returning to the game’s turn-based RPG combat. However, Mai and her teammates can combo their attacks by tossing enemies to other party members! During dungeon exploration, Mai will need to keep an eye out for the Berserker, a faceless, black figure that can appear from nowhere! Upon appearing, it will show an area of attack. Mai’s team must move out of this area immediately, as a single hit from the Berserker means instant death! She can defeat every monster on the battlefield, or run away from the Berserker to escape.

You can find out more at the Death end re;Quest 2 Iffy-cial Website.

 

 

 

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