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Lost Judgment to Release Worldwide in September 2021

Lost Judgment Release

During the Judgment Day presentation, Sega revealed that a sequel to 2018 release Judgment is on the way. The sequel had previously been leaked through the PlayStation Network Store, revealing that Lost Judgment will release worldwide on September 24, 2021.

Additionally, series creator Toshihiro Nagoshi shared a trailer for the upcoming sequel. You can watch the trailer through the archived broadcast on the Sega of America YouTube channel. Like its predecessor, Lost Judgment will feature dual audio. This new entry will once again star Takuya Kimura as Takayuki Yagami. Players will travel to Yokohama to unfurl this new series of mysteries.

You can watch the full broadcast and trailer below.

Lost Judgment was made as a response to positive reception from international audiences. Nagoshi mentioned that this title is an improvement on various systems found in Judgment. This includes adjustments to the battle system, which includes a third battle style known as the “Snake” style.

Platforming will also be integral to this entry, as players can jump, climb and navigate the sprawling cities of Yokohama and Kamurocho. Another new feature is a new type of sub-story will appear in Lost Judgment called School Stories. These will feature unique storylines that players can enjoy.

Lost Judgment will release worldwide for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and Xbox One on September 24, 2021.

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