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Scarlet Nexus Gets Environment Highlight Trailer


Scope out the different locations coming to Bandai Namco’s Scarlet Nexus with the latest trailer for the game.

Scarlet Nexus is set in a futuristic alternate reality, one where humanity has formed a society based on the substances found in human brains. Mindless monsters known as The Others are descending from the Extinction Belt, and it’s up to players to protect New Himuka as a member of the Other Suppression Force (OSF).

See its world in action with the 4K trailer below:

Scarlet Nexus – Environment Highlight (4K)

Described as a “brain punk” game, Tales Of… series veterans Keita Iizuka and Kenji Anabuki will work on the game. Artist Masakazu Yamashiro decided to combine mechanical elements and organic lifeforms to create the Others. According to Iizuka, “Scarlet Nexus” signifies “red connection” or “red bond.”

The game will come out on June 25, 2021 for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X, and PC. You can pre-purchase the title on Steam here.

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