Izanagi Games has revealed the next actor appearing in their upcoming title Death Come True. \n \nDeath Come True is a joint project between Danganronpa creator Kazutaka Kodaka and publisher Izanagi Games. \n \n \n \nDeath Come True is a full-motion video title that features a real-life cast. The story stars Kanata Hongou as Makoto Karaki; an amnesiac man wanted for murder. The cast is trapped inside a hotel with no memory of how they ended up there in the first place. \n \nGamers control Karaki as he tries to make sense of the situation. Players must make the right choices for Karaki that will either redeem him or give him the worst ending. \n \nEvery week, Izanagi Games has revealed a new cast member in the game. On the official website, the full cast is shown, but their faces are hidden. \n \nPreviously revealed was police investigator Akane Sachimura, who is played by Chiaki Kuriyama who is known for her roles in Kill Bill Volume One and Battle Royale. Win Morisaki, a singer and actor, portrays another police investigator who works with the Special Investigation Division. Both are investigating Karaki, who is a suspect in a series of murders. Karaki doesn't remember committing any crimes, but the game will slowly reveal the truth to players. \n \nA new character was recently revealed. \n \nYuki Kaji is the fourth character to be revealed. He is playing a Hotel concierge who seems to know the "secret" of the hotel. Kaji is always calm and doesn't exchange his (lack of) expression. \n \nKaji has had a long career in acting, voice acting, and dubbing roles. He most recently voiced Shoto Todoroki in My Hero One's Justice and Hero (Eight) in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. \n \nThere are currently two more characters yet to be revealed. Each new character is announced at the end of each week. \n \nInformation regarding Death Come True is slowly rolling out. There are several plans for the title, but nothing is concrete. \n \nIzanagi Games wants to release the game in multiple languages. They are planning to release the FMV on various platforms, including mobile devices. Although they have already begun the process of speaking with platforms, time will only tell Izanagi Games' plans follow through. So far, the planned platforms include PC, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android. \n \nDeath Come True is scheduled to be released in 2020.