Death Come True teaser trailer, music composed by Masafumi Takada

Takada's previous works include Danganronpa, The Evil Within, and Killer7.

Death Come True

Izanagi Games has released a 35-second teaser trailer for Death Come True, its upcoming full motion video game directed and written by Danganronpa creator Kazutaka Kodaka, featuring protagonist Makoto Karaki and police investigator Akane Sachimura.

Additionally, the company announced that the game’s music will be composed by Masafumi Takada, who also composed the Danganronpa series, The Evil Within, Killer7, and more.

Here is a brief overview of the game, via Izanagi Games:

The story takes place in a hotel. The main character, Makoto Karaki (Kanata Hongo) is a wanted serial killer. However, he has lost all of his memories. Under such circumstances, when he dies, he has a mysterious ability to “time leap” and return to the past. As he’s being chased as a criminal, who can he trust? Who should he be wary of? What is his true identity? The man searches to find the truth as he repeats decisions and death.

Death Come True is due out in 2020 for multiple platforms in multiple languages.

Watch the teaser trailer below.

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