Re:ZERO – Starting Life in Another World: The Prophecy of the Throne Japanese TV commercial

Due out later this month worldwide (early February in Europe).

Re:ZERO – Starting Life in Another World: The Prophecy of the Throne

Publisher Spike Chunsoft and developer Chime Corporation have released a Japanese TV commercial for tactical adventure game Re:ZERO – Starting Life in Another World: The Prophecy of the Throne.

Here is an overview of the game, via Spike Chunsoft:

About

One month after Subaru’s life in another world began, an emissary brings news to royal candidate Emilia that the royal selection is postponed. A nun named Melty Pristis has appeared to defy prophecy as the mysterious sixth candidate seeking the throne. With Melty’s arrival casting doubt on each candidate’s legitimacy and the Witch Cult plotting in the shadows, will Subaru be able to protect all those he holds dear?

Key Features

  • New Re:ZERO storyline, fully supervised by the series author Tappei Nagatsuki!
  • Characters designed by the original artist Shinichirou Otsuka!
  • Help Emilia by using intel to wade through peril!

Re:ZERO – Starting Life in Another World: The Prophecy of the Throne is due out for PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC via Steam on January 28 in Japan, January 29 in North America, and February 5 in Europe.

Watch the trailer below.

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