Earlier today, Sega announced a new pre-registration for their upcoming mobile RPG game Shin Megami Tensei Liberation Dx2. The game is based on the Atlus series Shin Megami Tensei series, where you’ll basically be doing a lot of “demon summoning, negotiations, and fusions, along with 3D dungeon exploration”.
The game is already out in Japan and doing well there, so it was only natural we’d be getting a release in the west at some point. The game will be out later this summer, but you can register to play it on Android here. Below are a few the game’s details from Sega.
In this all new episode of the Shin Megami Tensei series, players can take advantage of enemy weaknesses in combat through the press-turn combat system. Demons can be conversed with through negotiations, and demons can be strengthened by combining them through the fusion system:
- Features new elements such as evolvement, enhancement, and assisting other players in battle.
- Familiar series demons are reproduced with high quality, 3DCG models.
- “Aura Gate” 3D dungeons provide a challenge, and for PvP, there’s “Dx2 Duel” that lets players compete with others and test their strength.
- The game features a story of Devil Downloads, also known as Dx2, wherein a secret organization called the “Liberators” are fighting in conflict against the opposing faction of antagonists, known as “Acolytes.”
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