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NEO: The World Ends with You Demo Now Available


Get a taste of what Shibuya has to offer with the free demo of Square Enix’s NEO: The World Ends With You, now available.

Now available on the PlayStation Store and Nintendo eShop, this demo features content based around the first two days of the Reapers’ Game. Along the way, players can take on missions, collect pins that grant various Psychs, and fight the mysterious Noise with Psychs. Note that progress in the campaign will transfer to the full game.

The team at Square Enix has also released a final trailer for the game. All those interested can take a deeper look at the stylized world of Shibuya, its colorful cast of characters, and the dangers Rindo and the Wicked Twisters will face.

You can watch it below:

NEO: The World Ends with You | Final Trailer

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch on July 27, 2021. A PC version of the game will be released on the Epic Games Store later this summer.

Source: Press Release
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