The World Ends With You: Trailer for the new game from Square Enix

Fans of The World Ends With You can look forward to the long-awaited sequel next year. Square Enix has confirmed the development of NEO: The World Ends With You with a trailer. In 2021, the title will appear worldwide for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.

The action RPG takes players to the streets of Shibuya again. There the main characters of the sequel will take part in the so-called "Reaper's Game" – a battle for life and death. In the role of Rindo it is your task to find out the background of this dangerous game and to turn your fate around. As with the predecessor for the Nintendo DS from 2008, the unique drawing style is one of the highlights of NEO: The World Ends With You. The "Final Mix" version of The World Ends With You was last released for Nintendo Switch in 2018 – you can find our test on the website. Fans can look forward to more things from the world of role-playing games.





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Accordingly, there will also be an anime for the game with The World Ends With You: The Animation. The first episodes are expected to appear here in April 2021. The anime stays true to not only the drawing style of the series but also the story. Also a Trailer was published on the project. Tetsuya Nomura is involved as a creative producer, among other things.

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