New ‘Death Come True’ Details; Teaser Video, Confirmed Platforms and More

TooKyo Games’ and Izanagi Games’ title Death Come True, has received a new teaser video to go along with a new actor reveal. Actor Chiaki Kuriyama has been confirmed to be playing the police detective Akane Sachimura. This actor is most well known in the west for her roles as Takako Chigusa in Battle Royale and Gogo Yubari in Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill: Volume 1. She’s more well known in Japan for her starring roles in the horror films Juon (1999) and Shikoku (1999).

Chiaki Kuriyama

For those who aren’t in the know, Death Come True is directed by the creator of Danganronpa, Kazutaka Kodaka. It stars Makoto Karaki, a young man who awakens in a hotel without any memories but is on the wanted list for being a serial murderer. Makoto has the mysterious ability to time leap upon death, which he will abuse as he searches for the truth.

A first teaser video has also been shown off. This 30 second teaser appears to be from near the beginning of the game, potentially showing Makoto remembering something that is yet to happen. It also features an unconscious Akane and a mysterious cloaked figure wearing a gas mask. The official twitter account has also confirmed that Masafumi Tsuji has been composing the music for this title. Tsuji is known for his work on the Danganronpa series, Killer7 and The Evil Within games.

You can watch the teaser video below.

Finally, Death Come True has been confirmed to be releasing in multiple languages, as well as multiple platforms. I am very much looking forward to it.

We’ll bring you the next pieces of news as they arrive. The official site has a countdown to the next actor reveal and can be found here. Stay tuned for more details, you can find the last batch and details about the lead over here. I am truly excited.

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Pyre Kavanagh

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