SEGA and Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio today announced the successor of Judgment, Lost Judgment.
The lost trial Developed by the studio responsible for the Yakuza series.
The title combines detective works, film noir and battles in mysterious mystery films, in which Takayuki Iori is the protagonist-a private detective who defends “people not protected by law”.
The game will be released for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S as well as PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 24.
The title will be pre-sold from participating retailers soon.
- Law and chaos: The lost trial made the player follow in the footsteps of lawyer Takayuki Yagami, who became a beating detective. Together with their former partner Yazaza Masaharu Kaito, the two committed a crime that was alleged to be a perfect crime, and the main suspect seemed to have a perfect alibi. The original revenge story led to a series of conspiracy conspiracies, and various factions wanted to take advantage of this broken legal system. However, as the number of victims increases and Yagami gets closer and closer to the truth, he incre asingly has to choose between law and justice.
- Free-form combat: Iori’s fighting skills can deal with various styles of situations-whether it’s against groups or personally. He can use various artistic methods, such as harness cranes, tigers and the new snake style (an elegant fighting style), which can be used to divert the enemy’s attack and direct his own attack.
- Investigation action: Yagami’s library of detective skills continues to expand, including new gadgets, secret tracking of criminal suspects, and advanced infiltration methods. In order to get closer to the truth, Iori spared no effort.
- There is no better place: Players can experience the real environment in bustling Tokyo and downtown Yokohama where only RGG Studio can come to life. The next favorite meeting place can be found in the SEGA club and can replace the case of ordinary guests.
The game was exposed in a live broadcast this morning, but the surprise was disrupted by the Japanese PlayStation Store, which leaked the sequel to “The Trial” and its release date.
Two game lists appeared in the store: the standard version and the digital deluxe version with season passes.
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