NEO: The World Ends With You is coming this July, new trailer released

Square Enix has confirmed that NEO: The World Ends with You will be released on July 27th for PS4 and Switch, with a PC release coming via the Epic Games Store in the summer. To mark this announcement Square Enix has released a new trailer that introduces the characters, including the protagonist Rindo. The trailer also shows some gameplay players will experience.

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The synopsis of NEO: The World Ends with You is as follows:

Explore the dazzling streets of Tokyo as Rindo, leader of the Wicked Twisters, caught up in a battle to survive and win the “Reapers’ Game.” Team up with a vibrant cast of characters, collect badges to arm yourself with powerful psych abilities, and take on foes in hyper-stylish action battles.

NEO: The World Ends with You follows on from The World Ends with You, which itself was released in 2007 for the Nintendo DS. That was re-released for the Nintendo Switch in 2018. In our review for The World Ends with You Final Mix, Miguel wrote:

Despite the subtitle Final Remix, it’s hard to call this version of the game definitive. The new music is wonderful, the additional stories are engaging, and the updated visuals make it hard to return to the pixelated appearance of the original DS release. Still, despite these obvious improvements and extra pieces of content, there’s a downside to the update. Some people, especially newcomers, won’t find issue with the new control scheme, but for many long-time fans the dual-character combat of the original is a huge part of what made it a game worth remastering. I’m positive that there’s a way to adapt the combat of the original game to the Switch faithfully. In failing to properly tackle that design challenge, though, Square Enix has put out a good version of a classic JRPG, but certainly not the definitive version.

You can read the more thoughts in The World Ends With You: Final Remix Review.

Source: Press Release

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