As erroneously leaked by Atlus earlier this month, Shin Megami Tensei 5 will launch for the Nintendo Switch on November 12. This official launch date was accompanied by a final trailer that gave everyone a good look at the latest installment in the series’ long-running role-playing game. Japan.
The Shin Megami Tensei series is one of the most popular classic series in the gaming industry. It was also the forerunner of its highly successful spinoff series, Persona, which, ironically, surpassed it in popularity thanks to Persona 4 and 5.
The trailer features our new unnamed protagonist, a high school student who is thrown into a demonic desert world called Da’ath. He is then fused with a mysterious man who becomes forbidden to be Nabino. In this new form, he must fight the war against angels and demons.
New demon faces are also on display, with more to be found in the full game, as Atlus has reported that the game will feature over 200 demons.
The gameplay shown is common to the Shin Megami Tensei series, with demonic bargains, weaknesses, and lots of character customization when leveling up. You will traverse this post-apocalyptic Tokyo while assembling a team of demons to assist you. Like previous games of the SMT series, Shin Megami Tensei 5 There will also be multiple endings as confirmed above official website.
Shin Megami Tensei 5 was announced in 2017 and has made it to our list of most anticipated Nintendo Switch games. It will finally be recalled exclusively on Nintendo Switch on November 12.