Pricing And Platforms Revealed For Upcoming FMV Game Death Come True

Pricing And Platforms Revealed For Upcoming FMV Game Death Come True
Credit: Death Come True Official Website

Izanagi Games has announced more information regarding their upcoming game, Death Come True. Also released is the third official trailer for the series. The information was revealed at a recent event that was live-streamed on YouTube.

Death Come True is full-motion video (FMV) game from Izanagi Games and Danganronpa creator Kazutaka Kodaka.

Death Come True is an upcoming game that works as an interactive movie. The game has received attention due to its’ star-studded cast that includes Kanata Hongo as the protagonist, Chiaki Kuriyama, and Jiro Sato.

In Death Come True, plyers control Makoto Karaki, portrayed by Hongo. Kataki awakens in a hotel room with amnesia. He learns from watching a tv news broadcast that he is wanted for questioning in a series of murders. Karaki doesn’t know how he ended up in the mysterious hotel or if he is really responsible for the crimes he’s accused of.

Police investigators played by Kuriyama and Win Morisaki are also in the hotel, working on the case. Previous trailers have shown that Kuriyama’s character, Akane Sachimura, is working closely with Karaki.

Also appearing in the game are a hotel concierge played by Yuki Kaji, Serial Killer fangirl Nene Kurushima played by Chihiro Yamamoto, and news anchor Kenichi Mino played by Sato.

Each time Karaki is killed, he awakens with his previous memories. Knowing what will happen in the future, Karaki can make more informed decisions to protect himself and others in the hotel. The game will have multiple endings so that players can explore all options.

Death Come True is confirmed for PC, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Android, and iOS.

The developer has previously announced they are interested in launching the game in multiple languages worldwide. It was confirmed the game would support Japanese, English, Korean, and Chinese languages upon launch.

Composing the music that has been heard in the trailers is Masafumi Takada, who previously worked on the Danganronpa series.

Death Come True will be released in June, but the exact launch date is not yet known. The Japanese price will be ¥1,900, which is around $18. The low cost of the game is meant to entice fans who would usually pay around the same amount to see a movie. It is not yet known when the game may be released outside of Japan.