Yomawari 3 Character and Item Details Shared

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Nippon Ichi Software shared details regarding characters and useful items that will appear in Yomawari 3. Additionally, this new information reveals the extent to which players will be able to customize their character. Players will be able to choose from different hairstyles, hair colors, and accessories. Players can also find “Lost Items” through the use of their flashlight. Some of these items will provide important clues as to how to proceed. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]

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Nippon Ichi Software also provided some information regarding three major characters that will appear in Yomawari 3. This includes a mysterious girl known as “The Girl in Your Memories,” a cat named Mugi, and the “Human-Faced Bird,” which appears to be a monster born from old folklore tales.

While the motivations of “The Girl in Your Memories” are fairly unknown, she carries a camera and appears to be looking for someone. Mugi is the player character’s cat, who is attached to the protagonist. And as mentioned previously, the “Human-Faced Bird” is a monster that is rumored to have special eyes that can observe all moments in time at once.

Additionally, players will have access to important items. Some of these items will uncover forgotten memories. Upon obtaining these items, players will then recall an important place that they will need to travel to. Players will need to find these items to proceed the game.

Yomawari 3 is in development. It will release in Japan on April 21, 2022 for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

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