Death end re;Quest Japanese pre-order bonus PC game End Quest details systems

More on the RPG Maker side game.

Compile Heart has updated the official website for Death end re;Quest with more information and screenshots of the pre-order bonus PC game End Quest, this time introducing the game’s systems.

If you missed our previous coverage, a bonus CD-ROM containing End Quest for PC is included with pre-orders of Death end re;Quest for PlayStation 4. End Quest was created in RPG Maker and shares a setting with Death end re;Quest, but tells a separate tale. We previously detailed its story and characters.

Get the new information below.

■ System


End Quest uses a turn-based, command-style battle system where four party members fight at once. Since the characters that make up your party each have a different battle type, you should make proper use of their skills based on enemy trends.

End Quest

End Quest

Dungeon Gimmicks

During the story, characters will progress through special dungeons where various gimmicks must be solved in order to move forward.

—The characters are separated as the road splits into three. It seems they need to pull the lever up ahead, but monsters block their way forward.

End Quest

—The characters are lost in a place where there is no road to progress. There must be a path somewhere…

End Quest


Crystals can be obtained by defeating enemies and found while exploring the field. You can spend the crystals you collect to raise the abilities of each character.

End Quest

■ Additional Screenshots

End Quest

End Quest

End Quest

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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