The Ryuo’s Work is Never Done! game announced for PS4 [Update: Also Switch]

Due out on February 27, 2020 in Japan.

The Ryuo's Work is Never Done!

Light novel, manga, and anime series The Ryuo’s Work is Never Done! is being adapted into a PlayStation 4 game developed by Entergram, the latest issue of Dengeki PlayStation reveals. It will launch on February 27, 2020 in Japan for 7,000 yen. A 10,000 yen limited edition will also be available.

The Ryuo’s Work is Never Done! consists of adventure, shogi, and quiz parts. During adventure parts, players will be able to enjoy the story of the anime in addition to original scenarios supervised and partly written by original light novel author Shirou Shiratori. Scenes with choices and shogi will occur, and the story will advance upon making the correct decision. There will be tips for beginners as well.

During shogi parts, you will play games of shogi against other characters. Characters will use the tactics that they use in the original work.

Quiz parts consists of questions in three categories: shogi, The Ryuo’s Work is Never Done!, and shogi problems. By answering every question correctly, a CG will unlock.

Thanks, Ryokutya2089 and Ruliweb.

Update 10/28/19 at 8:24 a.m.: The Ryuo’s Work is Never Done! is also coming to Switch.

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