The Japanese community has been able to enjoy new images of Shin Megami Tensei 5, which is very popular there.
As is already common practice in the industry, the different regions of the world have been able to see different versions of the same Nintendo Direct. In this way, there are games that in one area may have a leading role, but in another they take a back seat. This is just what happened to a new trailer of Shin Megami Tensei 5, which has only shown fragments of it in Spanish streaming, while in Japan it has had your own space. And it is that the Japanese public has a high esteem for this saga, which is why the community has been selected to present new images in which it is glimpsed a little gameplay.
Since its initial announcement, Shin Megami Tensei 5 has had a good handful of trailers in which it was reflected both its gameplay and its plot, which will take us to explore the depth of darkness in a destroyed Tokyo. On this occasion, Japanese streaming has taken the opportunity to show a new video in which some of the threats that lurk in the aforementioned darkness are perceived, as well as some cinematics in which they are seen relevant title characters, like the well-known Bethel.
Therefore, if you are part of that group of people who admires the universe of Shin Megami Tensei, You’re probably interested in watching his trailer. Something that, as with everything that has been seen of the title, will not disappoint any fan of the franchise. One more sample of all the angelic and demonic beings that, as enemies and allies, await us in the new Atlus adventure.
Luckily, it won’t be long before Shin Megami Tensei 5 hits the market, as it will be available from 12th of November on Nintendo Switch and has already confirmed a collector’s edition. On the other hand, there is no doubt that the September Nintendo Direct has left a lot of games to wait patiently for (or at least as patiently as we can) as they have been announced. most interesting titles like Voice of Cards, Yoko Taro’s RPG, and the long-awaited Bayonetta 3.
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