Danganronpa S: Ultimate Summer Camp releases this month on PC, PS4, and mobile

Danganronpa S Ultimate Summer Camp title

Danganronpa S: Ultimate Summer Camp is going to be released in North America and Europe on July 21st for PS4, Steam, Android, and iOS, Spike Chunsoft has confirmed. The game was made available on Nintendo Switch in December 2021. Danganronpa S: Ultimate Summer Camp is a spin off from the main series and is an enhanced version of the Ultimate Talent Development Plan boardgame that was in Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony.

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Danganronpa S: Ultimate Summer Camp brings together characters from across the entire franchise, with them all hanging out on Jabberwock Island. Players will move their characters around the board engaging with various interactions such as battles. These will contribute to levelling up characters as progress is made. The game will also feature over 1000 event scenes and a number of alternative costumes for the characters in the game.

The Danganronpa games are well worth playing for fans of anime visual novels and bizarre murder mysteries. In our Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony review, which brought the series to a narrative conclusion, Miguel wrote:“I’ve been excited for and anticipating Danganronpa V3 for a long time, and after playing it,  I can say it was absolutely worth it. Danganronpa V3 is an impressive culmination of nearly 8 years of twists, turns, heart-breaks, and murders, and is an amazing entry in a consistently well-written and addictive franchise.”

If you want to know what the Danganronpa team is working on next then you should check out Enigma Archives. Enigma Archives: Rain Code has been described as a dark fantasy mystery game, and not much more has been really revealed.  What is known is that Kazutaka Kodaka is coming up with the story for Enigma Archives: Rain Code, Masafumi Takada is working on the music, and Rui Komatsuzaki is leading on the game design.

Source: Press Release

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