Death Come True Game Launches for Switch, iOS, Android on June 25
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The official Twitter account for the the Death Come True game revealed on Friday that the game will launch on June 25 for the Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android. The game will retail for 1,960 yen (about US$17.90). The game is also planned to launch for PlayStation 4 and PC at a later date.
The staff are also streaming a new video featuring Jiro Sato as Kenichi Mino. The video features optional English subtitles.
The game will support subtitles in 10 languages, including: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Chinese (simplified and traditional), Korean, Thai, and Vietnamese. Game director Kazutaka Kodaka previously confirmed that the game will launch worldwide, but has not yet specifically stated if the game will release worldwide on June 25.
Kodaka is perhaps most famous as the writer for Spike Chunsoft's Danganronpa adventure game series. The game series' latest installment, Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony, shipped in 2017. Kodaka also wrote and supervised the scenario for Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak High School: Future Arc and Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak High School: Despair Arc, the 2016 anime series that served as a conclusion to the first two games in the series.
Izanagi Games describes Death Come True:
Death Come True is the latest project from Kazutaka Kodaka, creator of the Danganronpa series. It combines movie and game elements, making it an “interactive movie” with a story that unfolds according to decisions made by the player which then can result in multiple different endings. Kanata Hongō takes the lead role as the main character and Chiaki Kuriyama acts the role of a female police investigator.
The game's previously announced cast includes:
- Kanata Hongō as main character Makoto Karaki
- Chiaki Kuriyama as Akane Sachimura, who wakes up in the same hotel room as Makoto
- Win Morisaki as Nozomu Kuji, a young and talented investigator
- Yuuki Kaji as the hotel concierge
- Chihiro Yamamoto as Nene Kurushima, a psychopath who just so happens to be staying at the hotel
- Jiro Sato as Kenichi Mino, a popular news anchor
The website also lists a character named "Unknown," a mysterious person who wields various weapons, and doggedly chases after the main character Karaki.