SEGA just announced pre-registration plans for the global launch of mobile role-playing game Shin Megami Tensei Liberation Dx2. Based on the Shin Megami Tensei series, which was originally developed by Atlus, this new mobile game developed by SEGA features demon summoning, negotiations, and fusions, along with 3D dungeon exploration. Already released in Japan, this will be the first time that an English version of the game is available globally to audiences on both Android and iOS devices. Starting today, global fans can pre-register for the Google Play release of Shin Megami Tensei Liberation Dx2, and can gain access to upcoming news around the launch this summer.
In this all new episode of the Shin Megami Tensei series, players can take advantage of enemy weaknesses in combat through the press-turn combat system. Demons can be conversed with through negotiations, and demons can be strengthened by combining them through the fusion system:
- Features new elements such as evolvement, enhancement, and assisting other players in battle.
- Familiar series demons are reproduced with high quality, 3DCG models.
- “Aura Gate” 3D dungeons provide a challenge, and for PvP, there’s “Dx2 Duel” that lets players compete with others and test their strength.
- The game features a story of Devil Downloads, also known as Dx2, wherein a secret organization called the “Liberators” are fighting in conflict against the opposing faction of antagonists, known as “Acolytes.”
Google Play pre-registration is accessible here.
About Shin Megami Tensei Liberation Dx2
Shin Megami Tensei Liberation Dx2 is an original RPG, exclusive to and optimized for Android and iOS smartphones. The game utilizes classic Shin Megami Tensei systems, such as the Press Turn Battle System, Demon Fusion, Demon Talk and 3D Dungeons. Shin Megami Tensei Liberation Dx2 includes elements from the series that worldwide fans have come to love as well as new features to challenge and excite players. Learn more from the official site at https://d2-megaten-l.sega.com/en/.
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