Full Motion Video Game ‘Death Come True’ Receives Worldwide Release Date on Switch and Mobile

IzanagiGames announced that the full-motion video game Death Come True, from Danganronpa director Kazutaka Kodaka, will launch worldwide on Nintendo Switch and iOS and Android devices on June 25 for 1,960 yen (Around $20). Following the initial launch, the game will see a PlayStation 4 and PC-via Steam release at a later date.

Death Come True is a live-action game supporting full-motion video. The game is set in a hotel where players meet Makoto Karaki, an amnesiac man who is also a wanted serial killer. However, if that wasn’t bad enough, when and if he dies, he is granted the ability to “time leap” and return to the past.

Without his memories, he can’t seem to piece together why he is being chased like a criminal and finds it difficult to trust anyone around him. Through the game, Makoto will search for clues about who he is and why these people are after him.

Each character in the game offers a unique insight into the situation and reveals more of the truth. However, during gameplay, players will have control over interacting with some aspects of gameplay and changing the events through these choices.

We’ll be sure to continue our coverage of Death Come True as we near the release.

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