The World ends with You

Neo: The World Ends With You Releases On July 27

Square Enix’s upcoming action RPG NEO: The World Ends with You will release on July 27, 2021, for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch. The PC version of the game will release on the Epic Games Store this summer.

The new game will follow the story of  The World Ends with You from 2007. Players will explore the heart of Tokyo to uncover the mysteries behind the sinister “Reapers’ Game,” a life-or-death battle for survival in which our protagonist, Rindo, has been forced to take part.

The new trailer introduces the new cast of characters, showcases the new fashionable equipment system, and the hyper-stylish action battle system.

Check the latest trailer here:

NEO: The World Ends with You combines a striking, anime-style Shibuya with fast-paced gameplay, an amped-up soundtrack from composer Takeharu Ishimoto (THRILL Inc.), and an intriguing story to create an unforgettable experience. Players can explore and enjoy the sights, sounds, and culture of this bustling city, fight monsters alongside their allies in flashy battles, and complete missions as they learn more about the “Reapers’ Game” and fight to change the fate they’ve been handed.

Here is the story of the game via Square Enix:

It was just another seemingly ordinary day in Shibuya, but not for Rindo. He could tell something about the city felt different. A girl with an ominous aura appears before him, identifying herself as a socalled Reaper. With some trepidation, Rindodecides to play along with this Reapers’ Game, but something is weird…

Battles with monsters called “the Noise”, pins that grant mysterious powers, and a place called Shibuya UG (Underground) to set the stage for the Gameit isn’t long until Rindostarts to have second thoughts on his decision

Neo: The World Ends with You is now available for pre-orders for its physical and digital versions.

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