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Identity V Will Have Danganronpa V3 Crossover Event

NetEase announced an upcoming collaboration between its asymmetrical horror game Identity V and Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony. This news first appeared during the Call of the Abyss VI stream, which is the world finals for the game. Other future updates will bring a new map, mode, and characters.

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There is no information on what characters will appear in the Danganronpa V3 crossover event in Identity V so far. NetEase will reveal them closer to the release window. During the event’s run, we will see the previous Danganronpa and Super Danganronpa 2 skins return. This will likely be the final chance for players to obtain these limited skins. Some outfits that NetEase released for the previous Danganronpa collaboration events include Nagito Komaeda for Mercenary and Kyoko Kirigiri for Coordinator.

Other than new outfits, NetEase also announced a new Hide and Seek game mode. Judging by the key visual, this might be another 2v8 type of mode, which means there’ll be a total of two Hunters and eight Survivors per match. There will also be a new Race Course map, which might tie into the lore for the Cheerleader, who’ll be a new character. She and Aeroplanist will be new Survivors, and the Opera Singer will be a new Hunter. More details on their kits will appear at a later date.

Identity V is available worldwide on mobile devices and Windows PC. More information on the Danganronpa V3 collaboration event, as well as new characters, will appear on the Identity V social media accounts in the near future.

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