We get to see a comprehensive demo of this virtual reality gameplay on PlayStation VR. Naturally, the game switches into first-person and allows you to experience the terror and insecurity of being at the center of a crisis area, together with the aftershocks after having a dreadful earthquake still occurring. I suggest viewing the movie with reduced volume because there is crying involved.
We also get to take a look at a choice of character artwork.
If you want to see more, you can check out the trailer released earlier today, the previous trailer, along with also a large gallery of screenshots and information that were released a couple weeks ago.
The game will launch in Japan on October 25th, solely for PS4. Right now there is no info about a possible release that is western. We can only wait and hope that it’ll be announced down the line.