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NEO: The World Ends with You Opening Movie Released


Get a taste of what Square Enix’s NEO: The World Ends with You has to offer with the opening movie for the game.

In this title, players will be able to hit the streets of Tokyo as Rindo, who serves as the leader of the Wicked Twisters. Tasked with winning the “Reapers’ Game,” Rindo must team up with fellow players Fret and Nagi, collect badges that provide powerful psych abilities, and fight foes in hyper-stylish action battles.

The title is set in Shibuya, but there will be other areas like Harajuku that players can venture out to. Note that the title will reflect the changes in Shibuya in the 14 years that have passed since the first title.

Tetsuya Nomura will serve as creative producer and character designer, while Gen Kobayashi will be the character designer and Hiroyuki Itou will be the director.Music-wise, Takeharu Ishimoto will serve as composer.

Learn more with the trailer below:

NEO: The World Ends with You | Opening Movie Trailer

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch on July 27, 2021. The title will also make its way to the PC via the Epic Games Store later this summer.

Source: YouTube
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