Death Mark for PS4 debut trailer

Due out on January 18, 2018 in Japan.

Death Mark for PS4

Experience has released the first trailer for the PlayStation 4 version of Death Mark.

The PlayStation 4 version of Death Mark will add a new episode called “Urban Legend: Little Red Riding Hood of the Rain,” which has the same volume as a chapter from the main story. In the “Spirit Spots” and event CGs that make up the setting of this story, new “monsters” will appear. A highly requested “traces” system has also been added. A Switch version, which is due out later, will have these same additions. And existing owners of Death Mark for PS Vita will be able to download the new episode for free from January 18 to February 1. After that, it will cost 1,000 yen.

Additionally, the company announced the release of free Death Mark-based PlayStation 4 and PS Vita themes on the Japanese PlayStation Store:

Both themes will remain free until November 30, after which they will cost 300 yen each.

Death Mark will launch for PlayStation 4 on January 18, 2018 in Japan. The Switch version will launch in spring 2018.Death Mark is available now for PS Vita in Japan.

Watch the trailer below.

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