Death end re;Quest further details Strain Area

Mysterious space features a layered dungeon called the Pain Area.

Compile Heart has updated the official website for Death end re;Quest with further information on the “Strain Area” first introduced last week.

Get the details below.

■ System

◆ Strain Area

Strain Area

A place that is not supposed to exist.

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The Strain Area is a mysterious space where Ludens is located. The countless doors floating within the Strain Area seem to be connected to the game world, and by borrowing the power of Ludens, Shina and company can instantly move between various areas in the game world.

Pain Area

Seek out powerful enemies.

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The Pain Area is a dungeon that exists within the Strain Area. This dungeon is divided into several layers, and the further you progress in the game, the deeper you can progress into the dungeon. Powerful monsters lurk within the Pain Area, and a lot of training is required in order to defeat them in battle. Defeating the monsters will yield rare items, so if you are confident enough in battle, be sure to take on the challenge.

Strengthening Summons Bugs and Code Jacks

Obtain even greater strength.

Summons Bugs is a system created in order for protagonist Arata to support Shina and company by recycling the code of Entoma Queens to summon bugs, but Ludens posseses the power to interfere with this program. By exchanging items obtained while exploring dungeons, you can strengthen the abilities of Summons Bugs and Code Jacks to be even greater.

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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