Death end re;Quest Japanese pre-order bonus and limited edition detailed

Pre-order for a CD-ROM containing a custom RPG Maker game.

Death end re;Quest

Compile Heart has released a new trailer for Death end re;Quest dubbed “C11_2_25b,” and announced information about the game’s pre-order bonus and limited edition “Death end BOX” in Japan.

Get the information below.

Pre-Order Bonus

Death end re;Quest

Pre-orders include a CD-ROM containing the special PC game End Quest, an RPG Maker-created game that shares the same setting as Death end re;Quest, but tells a separate story of a certain girl. The more you play End Quest, however, the more it can be enjoyed as “playable creation materials” for the main story.

Death end BOX (11,016 yen)

Death end re;Quest

  • Kei Nanameda-illustrated storage box – A storage box featuring an illustration by Kei Nanameda, the character design of Death end re;Quest. In addition to its matte texture, some parts are finished with foil and express the game’s mysterious world.
  • Death end re;Quest visual art book – A B5-size, 68-page art book featuring all sorts of setting materials, including concept art, key visuals, and character information.
  • Death end re;Quest original soundtrack CD – An original soundtrack CD featuring music from the game composed by Kaigi Gesshoku and Yuki Sugiura.
  • Death end re;Quest valuable data materials CD-ROM – A CD-ROM featuring all sorts of valuable information, including illustration data by Kei Nanameda, videos, promotional videos, references, etc.
  • Clear visual poster set – Five B5-size illustrations of concept art and key visuals made into well-colored clear posters.

The trailer doesn’t actually include any game footage. It is meant to simply announce the game’s release date, which we reported earlier this week, and pre-order bonus and limited edition contents.

The end of the trailer says that a second trailer is “coming soon.”

Death end re;Quest will launch for PlayStation 4 in Japan on March 1, 2018 for 7,776 yen at retail and 6,912 yen via download.

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