NetEase Connect 2021

NetEase Connect 2021 Online Presentation Scheduled for May

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The NetEase Connect 2021 online presentation will air on May 20, 2021. This online broadcast will feature new information regarding series developed by NetEase, including Knives Out and Identity V. The broadcast will be available to watch in Japanese and handled by Famitsu. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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Other games developed by NetEase that will appear during the NetEase Connect 2021 presentation include Onmyoji, Naraka: Bladepoint, and Project: Ragnarok. The presentation will reveal more information regarding these titles. The official Twitter accounts of the respective games will also release information about the event.

Identity V, one of the NetEase’s more popular properties, will also appear at the show. The asymmetrical horror title has seen numerous collaborations added into it. This includes collaborations with franchises such as Danganronpa, Death Note, and The Promised Neverland. During these respective collaborations, players could obtain skins featuring select characters from each franchise.

Additionally, an Identity V café is scheduled to open in Shinjuku. However, more information regarding the opening of the café has yet to be revealed. This includes potential merchandise and menu items.

In August 2020, Knives Out, another NetEase property, saw the addition of a Neon Genesis Evangelion collaboration. This collaboration allowed users to fight the angel Ramiel. Additionally, players could transform into an Eva during the event period.

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