Granzella officially announces Disaster Report acquisition

Previously canceled Disaster Report 4 also planned to reemerge next year.

Granzella made its acquisition of the Disaster Report copyright official today with a press release announcing the procurement.

Disaster Report

The publisher confirmed that new details on the series will be shared in fall 2015.

“With respect to new entries and other related games, we’ll announce them as they’re ready to be revealed,” Granzella said. “In the meantime, we’re planning on releasing new information on Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories around fall 2015.”

Additionally, the developer plans to release previous Disaster Report games as download versions across PlayStation 3 and PSP (and by extension, PS Vita):

  • Disaster Report (released in Japan as Zettai Zetsumei Toshi; re-release via PS2 Classics on PS3)
  • Raw Danger (released in Japan as Zettai Zetsumei Toshi 2: Itetsuita Kiokutachi; re-release via PS2 Classics on PS3)
  • Zettai Zetsumei Toshi 3: Kowareyuku Machi to Kanojo no Uta (Japan-only release; PSP/PS Vita via PSP download release)

Release dates were not announced nor any potential plans for overseas rereleases.

Visit Granzella’s newly opened Disaster Report series website here.

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