Death end re;Quest Season Pass announced, ‘Real World and Investigation’ screenshots

Idea Factory International has announced a Season Pass for Death end re;Quest.

By itself, the Season Pass will cost $19.99 ($14.99 for PlayStation Plus members). A digital Deluxe Bundle including both the game and Season Pass will also be available for $74.99 (15 percent off for PlayStation Plus members, plus early access to the “Summer Swimsuit” bundle). Digital pre-orders will be live via the PlayStation Store on January 15 in North America.

Idea Factory International also released a new batch of screenshots highlighting the game’s real world and investigation elements. Players will jump back and forth between the in-game real world and the virtual online MMORPG “World’s Odyssey” to uncover the mysteries of “World’s Odyssey” and its developer Enigma Games. The real world story will be told through the lens of a visual novel, as the cast assists protagonist Arata in helping his friend Shina escape “World’s Odyssey.”

Additionally, the game’s official website has been updated with character information for Sumika Tokiwa, Natsuo Munakata, Rin Asukaze, and Lydia Nolan. Find their descriptions below.

  • Sumika Tokiwa – A coworker of Arata and Shina’s who works as a programmer on a project separate from World’s Odyssey. As soon as she discovers that Shina, whom she considered to be a sister, was stuck inside of W.O.D., she teams up with Arata to extract her.
  • Natsuo Munakata – A former employee of Aggle, Inc. who left to begin his own business. While at Aggle, he worked as an account manager, overseeing Enigma Games’ licensing and development with the Alice Engine.
  • Rin Asukaze – Head secretary to the CEO of Enigma Games. Whenever Arata has trouble, she often serves as a guide to illuminate the path ahead of him.
  • Lydia Nolan – A foreigner who works as a character designer for Enigma Games. She prides herself on being an otaku, flaunting her decked-out itabag and collection of figurines at her desk.

Death end re;Quest is available now for PlayStation 4 in Japan, and will launch on February 19, 2019 in North America and February 22 in Europe.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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