Devil Survivor 2: Break Record box art unveiled

Plus, a new story-filled trailer to pore over, too.

Devil Survivor 2: Break Record

With Devil Survivor 2: Break Record, Atlus’ expanded 3DS port of the original 2011/2012 DS SRPG, less than two months away from its Japanese release, the company has revealed the official box art for the game, pictured above.

Unlike the original edition, which featured all of the major players crowded around the protagonist, this time it’s just him and the Hotsuin siblings, with Miyako on the left and Yamato on the right, the former being a new edition for Break Record.

Beyond that, Atlus released a new trailer featuring some of the new story elements that players can expect to find injected into the game. Catch that below.

Devil Survivor 2: Break Record is set to come out in Japan on January 29, 2015.

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