Here’s the announcement tweet from Compile Heart:
— コンパイルハート (@CompileHeartWeb) March 19, 2020
Death end re;Quest 2 is a collaborative work between Corpse Party series scenario writer Makoto Kedouin and Death end re;Quest character designer Kei Nanameda. It is a sequel with the theme of “What happens when reality is consumed by darkness?”
The story is told through the perspective of Mai Toyama. She visits the mysterious town of Le Choara in search of her sister. However, the town is full of all kinds of secrets. In Le Choara, you’ll also run into familiar faces from the first game.
Here are some key features:
- Overkill Brings Huge Rewards – The Overkill system is an added feature where characters can stack damage beyond the health of an enemy for bonus experience! Try to inflict as much damage to all the monsters for bigger rewards.
- Beware of the Berserker – During dungeon exploration and battle, a faceless, black figure will appear out of nowhere. The figure will also display an area of attack once it appears. Mai and her squad must step away from the Berserker’s area of attack, as it will instantly kill anyone with one single blow. Run away from the Berserker in the dungeon or defeat all the existing monsters in the battlefield to escape!
- Day n’ Night – Mai will need to explore the town of Le Choara during the day and speak with the townspeople to find out clues as to where her sister is. By night, Mai will fight her way through dark creatures stylized in a turn-based RPG. Experience the story through the lens of a visual novel during the day and battle it out against horrific creatures by night!
- Don’t Call it a Knockback – The Knockback system is back in
Death end re;Quest 2, but this time, Mai and her squad can smack Shadow Matter even harder! Combo your attacks by flinging monsters to other party members!
Death end re;Quest 2 released for PlayStation 4 in Japan on February 13, 2020. Death end re;Quest 2 will release for PS4 in North America and Europe in 2020. Check out a gameplay video here and some Ao Oni collaboration footage here.