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Date A Live Ren Dystopia Game Delayed to 2020

posted on by Jennifer Sherman
PS4 game was originally slated to launch this summer

Compile Heart announced on Thursday that Date A Live Ren Dystopia, the new PlayStation 4 game based on Koushi Tachibana's Date A Live light novel series, has been delayed from summer 2019 to a general 2020 release. The company cited "various circumstances" as causing the delay.

The game's story begins on a normal night, when Shido dreams of a voice calling out from within a deep darkness. When he wakes up in the morning, he finds a box decorated with serpentine patterns by his bedside. At first he thinks it is a prank, and asks everybody about it, but something happens when he opens it.

Tachibana is writing the original draft for the game's story, and Tsunako is designing the characters. The game will feature the character Natsumi, who appears in the anime's third season (voiced by Ayumi Mano). The game will also feature new Spirits.

The franchise has previously inspired several video games. Date A Live Rio Reincarnation HD, Compile Heart's PS4 port of the 2015 Date A Live Twin Edition: Rio Reincarnation PlayStation Vita game, launched in October 2017. Idea Factory International will release the Date A Live Rio Reincarnation game for the PS4 and PC via Steam in North America on July 23 and in Europe on July 26.

Source: Compile Heart via Gematsu


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